Nov 2019 Nature Happenings


  • Nov. 12: Full "Beaver" or "Frost" Moon; Nov. 26: New Moon American Tree Sparrow
  • Nov. 3: Daylight Savings Time ends - "fall back"
  • Project Feeder Watch starts and extends until April,
  • Nov. 17: Leonid meteor shower
  • Persimmons ripen - delicious when ripe, astringent when unripe
  • Woodchucks and chipmunks go into hibernation
  • Bats seek hibernation sites in caves and abandoned mines
  • Feeders get busier as the month progresses
  • Beavers are very active in the evenings while caching a winter supply of food
  • Waterfowl migration peaks this month
  • Peak of deer breeding season. Use caution while driving
  • Witch Hazel is the last plant to bloom this year
  • Open water is important if there's an early freeze. Put out heated bird baths for a winter water source
  • Look for uncommon visitors to your feeders such as American Tree Sparrows, Pine Siskin and Red-breasted Nuthatches
    Red-breasted Nuthatch                     Pine Siskin