The Golden Crowned Kinglet, with a weight of only 6-8 grams, is somehow active in the coldest of places in Massachusetts throughout winter. The snowshoe hare can easily run across the softest snow cover without sinking below. The raven, a bird that thrives in the far north, exploits carnivores to help find food sources during the winter. Learn about the unique and extraordinary ways that some local wildlife species have adapted in order to survive and thrive in the winter.
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