Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac: wildflower, warblers, and a waning gibbous moon By Lisa Johnson • Apr 30, 2021 Related Program: Northland Morning ShareTweetEmail Spring azure butterfly Credit Sabishī/Flickr If Larry has one piece of advice as April warms into May, it's: take a walk. Every. Single. Day. Listen Listening... / 11:27 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry WeberAprilmoonWarblersBumblebeesWildflowersShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: the pelicans don't nest; they just rest By Lisa Johnson • Apr 23, 2021 Janet Riegle (tree swallows), JR Kelsey (hermit thrush, leopard frog), Lisa Johnson (pelicans, maple, sweet coltsfoot) Despite days of clouds, rain, and even snow showers, the second half of unpredictable April has been a little short of precipitation. Luckily, we got a great day yesterday to see all kinds of flora and fauna, and starting today we go back to cool, cloudy, and a chance of rain or snow into next week. Backyard Almanac: ch-ch-ch-changes By Lisa Johnson • Apr 16, 2021 Peter Stenzel, John Munt, Philip Bouchard/Flickr The first of the spring ephemerals have popped up in the woods, the vernal ponds are flourishing and things are greening and budding all over. Larry Weber says the walk you take today won't be the same as yesterday's or tomorrow, so you'd better make sure to get out as often as possible. Backyard Almanac: Why a week of rain is a good thing By Lisa Johnson • Apr 9, 2021 Copyright JR Kelsey. Used with permission. Close to a week of wind, rain, hail (!) and clouds is enough to dampen the mood of just about anyone. Until, of course, you hear what Larry has to say about what these days have wrought in our world outside. Backyard Almanac: Win-sprin and woodcocks! By Lisa Johnson • Apr 2, 2021 Fyn Kynd/Flickr Welcome to Win-sprin, that strange little time of year between the melting of the snow and the greening of the forest floor.