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Sir Walter Wally, the State Climate Office and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences present Groundhog Day 2010 Tuesday, February 2, 2010 Join us for Groundhog Day at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences or by downloading our weather watch activity guide.

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A one man operation…

GroundHogMAXManual01_18_10 Part #15338 A one man operation… Imagine the possibilities… Model GroundHog MAX Includes a Universal Mount Assembly Fits most ATV's & UTV's ( approx 90%)

Reprinted from Rescue Report , the newsletter of the Wildlife ...

The Groundhog, Our Underground Architect By Erika K. Yery, Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator The groundhog is known by several names. The most common one is the woodchuck (Marmota monax).

Groundhog or Woodchuck? - by Kelly Hashway What’s the ...

Name: _____ Groundhog or Woodchuck? by Kelly Hashway What’s the difference between a groundhog and a woodchuck? Actually, they are the same animal.

How Groundhog's Garden Grew

How Groundhog's Garden Grew Written and Illustrated by Lynne Cherry Little Groundhog, in trouble for stealing from his friends' gardens, is taught by Squirrel to grow his very own.

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Residential Services  Commercial Services  Bird Solutions Common Name: Groundhog; woodchuck Scientific Name: Marmota monax GROUNDHOG Biology .

December 1999 Issue Newsletter of the Seattle Section ...

The Groundhog is the official publication of the Seattle Section Geotechnical Group of the ASCE. The next issue of the Groundhog is scheduled for February 2000.