Larry Weber

Lisa Johnson

Larry Weber talks about the nomination of his book, "Backyard Almanac: 365 Days of Northern Natural History"  for a Northeastern Minnesota Book Award and the new birds, bees and frogs he's seen and heard this week.

Larry Weber is an educator, naturalist and author and he's our guest every Friday for Backyard Almanac on Northland Morning.  In addition, we've got a few copies of his updated "Backyard Almanac" as a thank you gift with your membership at $60.00 or higher!

Credit: Rothamsted Research

Author, educator and naturalist Larry Weber wraps up March for us: it's been warmer than normal and we have only half the moisture we should have.  Returning this week: sandhill cranes, grackles, cormorants, silver maple blooms -- and ballooning baby spiders!

Author, naturalist and educator Larry Weber talks about this week's amazing northern lights and introduces us to the companion of his famous season Aut-Win: Win-Sprin!

Author and naturalist Larry Weber says the last five springs have been very unusual: either dryer and warmer than usual or colder and snowier.

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