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  1. Here’s Why a 50-Degree Day Feels Colder in Fall Than in Spring

    Why might nippy temperatures now feel much more comfortable in just a few months? The body takes time to adapt to the cold.

    By NIRAJ CHOKSHI

    Spring and Science - The New York Times
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    Waking From Hibernation, the Hard Work of Spring Begins

    Emerging from the torpor of winter means a busy spring for these bears, bees, bats and squirrels.

    By STEPH YIN

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    Spring Amphibians, on the Move, Could Use Some Crossing Guards

    Frogs and salamanders, wakened a bit sooner than usual this year, are walking to their mating areas. Volunteers help many make it past perilous traffic.

    By JOANNA KLEIN

    Spring and Science - The New York Times
  4. Matter

    On Long Migrations, Birds Chase an Eternal Spring

    Surprisingly indirect migratory paths land birds at way stations just as vegetation and insects become abundant. But climate change threatens to disrupt these journeys.

    By CARL ZIMMER

    Spring and Science - The New York Times
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    Recognizing Spring, Scientifically

    We turned to scientists and asked them to decode the seasonal changes all around us, and reveal some that might not be as easy to detect.

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    What Spring Looks Like from Space

    An image from the Meteosat-9 satellite shows Earth on the vernal equinox, the official start of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.

    By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

    Spring and Science - The New York Times