Hey everyone! It has been some time since I have posted on the good old Midwestern forum owing to my relocation for college to Virginia, but I am now back for the holidays, and, much to my surprise, the daytime highs are still in the 50s and will be through the 26th. Does anyone else think that on the 26th, especially with the rain, that Ambystoma may be out on the surface in Northwest Ohio and SE Michigan? Any and all input welcome, and merry Christmas!
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Why even pose the question? It sounds like a complete no brainer to get outside. Whether or not I see any herps, I am excited to hike in any warm weather this time of the year, especially if the ground hasn't frozen yet... A herp is just icing on the cake. You won't know unless you try.