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Kentucky Color: Spring is Near
If you listen closely (you might need to turn up your volume) you will hear one of the first groups of Sandhill Cranes crossing Leatherwood Creek near the Metcalfe/Adair County line. A Southernly tailwind is carrying them Northward and migratory birds are nature's best sign of shorter and less intense Winter cold snaps, and longer warm spells leading to full-blown Spring weather.
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