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Naturalists Seek Evidence of Early Spring

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Naturalists Seek Evidence of Early Spring

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Naturalists Seek Evidence of Early Spring

Naturalists Seek Evidence of Early Spring

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Spring is here, and scientists studying the effects of global warming are watching plants and animals with particular interest, wondering if the rites of spring are happening earlier. In Britain, climate researchers are enlisting the help of amateur nature watchers. Daniel Grossman reports.

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