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Minnesota man fishes for answers to threat to northern pike


AKELEY, MINN. – Friday is Earth Day, and few people study the Earth as closely as ­Dallas Hudson.

A phenologist by vocation and avocation, Hudson, 51, an employee of the U.S. Geological Survey, years ago began to detail his observations about the ever-changing seasons and their effects on plants and animals.

Elm and red maple trees, for example, are just now flowering near his northern ­Minnesota home, while spring peepers and tree frogs are singing and white-throated sparrows and yellow-rumped warblers are migrating.


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