Column: Wax myrtles still produce berries in winter
Winter officially starts in Santa Rosa County Monday, Dec. 21. The shorter days and lower temperatures are the most obvious traits of this annual cycle.
The local birds and animals are aware of the difference more keenly than the human residents, mostly because of the reduced volume of available food.
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