Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac: June is bustin' out all over! By Lisa Johnson • Jun 8, 2018 Related Program: Northland Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Stephanie Brown/Flickr We've got daylight from 5:15am to 9:00pm this month, and from fireflies to songbirds to butterflies, dragon flies, frogs, wildflowers and trees, Mother Nature is taking advantage of every single second. Listen Listening... / 10:13 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry WeberAprilMayJunePrecipitationsunrisesunsetsolsticeBirdsBearsNestingBreeding Bird SurveyTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: The Growing Month By Chris Harwood • Jun 1, 2018 Seabamirium [via Flickr] Larry Weber is an educator, author and naturalist and he joins us every Friday for Backyard Almanac. Backyard Almanac: ephemeral season more ... ephemeral than usual By Lisa Johnson • May 25, 2018 Less than a month ago, there was still ice and snow on the ground. Which means, despite a weekend forecast of mid to upper 80s, the season for spring ephemerals is a little more ephemeral than usual. Backyard Almanac: they're called "ephemerals" for a reason By Lisa Johnson • May 18, 2018 green heron: Tommy P. World/Flickr, sora: Becky Matsubara/Flickr, bittern: cuatrok77/Flickr Who woulda thunk, in the midst of the April 15 blizzard, that a month later we'd hit a record-breaking 88 degrees? In fact, who woulda thunk on Wednesday that we'd plummet from 88 to 52 by Thursday? Yup. It's May in the Northland.