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Posted: Friday, March 25, 2011 4:08 pm

Here are some more signs that spring is on the way in Fairbanks and it might be time to break out the X-Tra Tuffs.
• The fields at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge will be plowed on Tuesday (March 29) in preparation for the arrival of first Canada geese of the season, which could touch down in Fairbanks any day now considering the warm weather of late and the fact that the first geese of the season last year showed up officially on April 2 and unofficially on March 29, either of which is the earliest arrival date recorded since 1976.
• The Birch Hill Ski Center is closing for the season on Sunday (March 27), though it will be open for the Ski for Women on Sunday, April 3. The old warm-up hunt will remain open.
• The lights on the cross-country ski trails at Birch Hill Recreation Area were turned off on March 18 because there is now enough daylight to ski the trails at night without lights.


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