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Yesterday started with bees bringing in pollen. Temperature soared up to sixty and the bees sure appreciated it, today was the same. I took my camera and tried to get some pictures of bees working inside the skunk cabbages with limited success.
A lot of the skunk cabbages had been chewed off, some were chewed to get to the large source of pollen inside, any ideas?
We have a lot of deer, wild turkeys, squirrels,skunks, ***** etc. , curious as to what eats the skunk cabbages.

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Maybe to a skunk it is like white diamonds or chanel #5.

I could not see any tracks in the soft ground, water is running everywhere with the snow melt. Could it be birds? There are some deer tracks but not that many. Have not seen any bear tracks so far this spring.
 

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No, really! Bears love the stuff. But there would be noticeable tracks for sure. We come up your way for Fort Armstrong Days every couple of years.
 
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