Wildlife adapts to snow, below-zero temperatures
Snow enthusiasts are thoroughly enjoying the winter as the white stuff came early and is being replenished inches at a time on a regular basis.
Currently the area front yards, woods and fields are blanketed with almost 20 inches of powder while the piles along the edges of the roads created by the snowplows are shoulder-high in many locations.
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