Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac - giving thanks for healthy ponds, industrious beavers and red crossbills By Lisa Johnson • Nov 24, 2017 Related Program: Northland Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email Red crossbill Credit Jason Crotty/Flickr Larry Weber says he can go years between sightings of northern birds like Black-backed Woodpeckers and Red Crossbills. But he's seen plenty of them this year, along with a number of wild turkeys who have discovered his feeders. Listen Listening... / 9:26 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry Webertemperatureswarm temperaturesaverage temperaturetracksbeaversBirdspondsTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac - clouds, animal tracks, and Northern birds By Lisa Johnson • Nov 17, 2017 offthegridnews.com Today Larry Weber talks about recent weather and "gray November" has proven to be true this month. He also gives a list of Nothern birds he has seen around as well as animal tracks in the snow. Backyard Almanac - another year, another weather record By Lisa Johnson • Nov 10, 2017 Lisa Johnson A year ago today, Duluth broke the record high temperature with 64 degrees. Today, the National Weather Service reports a new low temperature for November 10 with -5. If you don't decide to make tracks somewhere warmer, Larry Weber says you should get outside and LOOK AT tracks.