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Many of us have spent recent weeks watching trees and other landscape plants for signs of life. Some are almost back to normal, but many are slow to recover. We’ve given up on a few and piled their branches for trash day.

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The winners of the fourth week of the annual FeatherFest PhotoFest Contest have been announced. The contest is held in the weeks leading up to Galveston’s annual spring birding and nature photography festival, which is April 15-18.

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The winners of the third week of the FeatherFest PhotoFest Contest have been announced. The contest is held in the weeks leading up to Galveston’s annual spring birding and nature photography festival, which is April 15-18.

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Entries continue to be accepted for the FeatherFest PhotoFest Contest, held in the weeks leading up to Galveston’s annual spring birding and nature photography festival, which this year is April 15-18.

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Entries continue to be accepted for the FeatherFest PhotoFest Contest, held in the weeks leading up to Galveston’s annual spring birding and nature photography festival, which this year is April 15-18.

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“Location” is something we hear about when buying real estate. It also holds true for gardening. The recent icy onslaught decimated our landscapes despite our best efforts. Why did some plants perish while others of their kind survived? One deciding factor was likely their location. More abo…

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All things seem to revolve around the coronavirus outbreak of 2020. Things feel uncertain, surreal and downright scary at times. Working from home with children or caring for family members can make it a challenge to balance professional demands and family obligations with physical activity …

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One of my friends in College Station sent me an email at 6:59 p.m. Sunday that contained a photo of a backyard adorned with a light covering of snow, and snow was still falling. Even with the low probability of receiving snowfall in our area, many folks were understandably excited about it.