Spring is finally here in the Northern Hemisphere!
EarthSky friends offer these images from their hometowns. Thanks to all who posted! Share your spring photos with us on Facebook and Google+
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Spring bud, 2015, from our friend Daniela Claudia G in Burcharest.
Peach tree in North Carolina, by EarthSky Facebook friend Kimberly Anne.
“Mountain bluebirds have made their journey from Mexico and returned to Calgary, Alberta, Canada !!! Little chicks soon to arrive!!! “Photo: Jill Whammond.
“The glory of spring!” Photo: Gledra Kregzdys
Kim Vorpahl says Baird creek is flowing n Green Bay, Wisconsin.
March 31, southern Wisconsin. By Suzanne Murphy
Sue Sharpe posted this sweet shot of a budding fig tree. Thanks, Sue.
By Jenny Shell in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Debra Fryar Calobreves captured this photo of red bud trees in bloom. They are one of the first trees to bloom in the Texas Hill Country. Thank you, Debra!
A future peach! Posted by Pamela D’Angelo.
On the other hand … Jeff Dalton shared this pic from Nova Scotia, Canada. He wrote, “Gonna be a while before spring arrives here! Maybe by June.”
Joanne Davenport in Fraser Valley, British Columbia, posted this photo of spring crocus. Thanks, Joanne!
Early spring in Germany by Ronny Mann
More spring flowers in Frankfurt, Germany from Jutta Weise. Thank you, Jutta!
Mollie Jensen in Petaluma, California sees activity at a local bird sanctuary. Thanks, Mollie.
Spring has arrived in Okinawa, Japan, says Beverly Fish. Thank you, Beverly!
Johnny Dickens says lilies are breaking through in SE Kansas. Thanks, Johnny.
Brian Abeling in Iowa wrote, “Our sign of spring… the robins are back in central Iowa and they are going after our crab apple trees. I took this photo in our front yard a few weeks ago when the ground was still covered in snow and the robins were getting what they could from the crab apple tree.” Thanks, Brian!
Bottom line: No matter what the weather where you are, enjoy these photos from EarthSky friends on Facebook and G+. Signs of spring 2015!