November can truly be a month of extremes with lingering warm days as well as the first frosts and flurries of the pending winter. The colorful leaves of early autumn are replaced by naked trees stripped by the gales of November that can rock our world. But change is what keeps our natural world exciting.
Yes my friends, October is here in Cleveland and it's one of my favorite months. The Dog Days are disappearing and we can finally open our windows again to let some of that deliciously cool night air in! And speaking of night, take some time to step outdoors where it's quiet and listen...the sky is full of birds!
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