Early Signs of Spring

Alaska. Willow catkins along Turnagain Arm in February.

Pussy willows are always among the first signs of emerging plant life toward the end of winter in Southcentral Alaska, but this year’s exceedingly mild season seems to have accelerated the process.  These catkins along Turnagain Arm in mid-February are but a few among many throughout the area.

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