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A Year in the Maine Woods - April 21, April 28, April 28 Free Search, May 2, May 4 Smelting, May 6 Metamorphosis, May 7, May 14 Fishing, May 15 Weeds in Huckleberry Bog, May 24 Graduation Summary & Analysis

Bernd Heinrich
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In "April 21", the author and his son, Stuart, take a walk in the woods. They watch a woodcock fly up into the sky and then circle back down to the ground. The father and son talk about why the bird might be adapted to do that. The author notes the changing seasons and decides his favorite season is always the current one.

The author drives his son back to Vermont in "April 28". Along the way, he sees the first flowers of spring. Soon the flowers will also come to his hill in the woods.

In "April 28 Free Search", the author goes on a nature walk without looking...

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