Nature Comes Out to Play

Nature Comes Out to Play

by Westgarth Wines June 15, 2020

The shelter-in-place orders throughout most of the country keep us humans inside most of the time, opening up the world for animals to explore. In a story in Forbes, a Sonoma winery talks about the new creatures that are coming into the vineyards. Jackrabbits, foxes, turtles and more have less to fear about being in human territory what with fewer cars on the road. Songbirds are also gracing more areas with their music.
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