Baseball, Robins and other Signs of Spring

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Across much of the country, the winter weary search for crocuses, robins, and grapefruit league baseball on the radio. Guests celebrate spring and the glorious slide into longer, warmer days.

Guests:

Jamaica Kincaid, author of Among Flowers: A Walk in the Himalaya and Mr. Potter: A Novel

Jill Attenborough, phenology project manager for the Woodland Trust; runs the Springwatch survey in partnership with the BBC

Marc Zuckerman, baseball reporter for The Washington Times

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