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Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, May, The Green Tide Flows North Summary

John J. Rowlands
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Chapter 6, May, The Green Tide Flows North Summary and Analysis

To Jim, May seems like an uncertain month, with variable conditions. Spring gains but winter has not left; snow remains. Jim imagines that if he could fly up high in the air he would see a "green flood" from the south making its way up the continent. He would also see millions of migrating birds. Natural is awake and alert, for the summer is short and much must be done. He also notes that the millions of traveling birds travel at night and must coordinate so as not to consume all of the food in a particular area, so the birds return in a certain order.

Each spring Hank and Jim visit the new beaver dams, and Jim is able to employ the implements he made over the winter, particular that things he...

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