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6 New Natural Friends to Make While Hiking in the Pacific Northwest This Spring

By Rich Sobel

Here in the Pacific Coast rainforest where I live, one of my particular joys is being welcomed by Spring with its profusion of new green growth and flowers.

You need to know their name if you really want to make them a friend. And the more you learn about them, the deeper the friendship becomes.

So in that spirit, I thought I’d introduce you to some of my favourite Spring friends; the ones you’re most likely to meet when you’re in the forests up our way this time of year. The ones I extend my heartfelt greetings to every Spring.

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Rich Sobel

A "retired" biologist, Rich uses plain language to explore in-depth biology topics | fascinating plants and exotic creatures | health and wellness| indulge your curiosity!

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