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woodchuck

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Acquisition ground is contiguous with Atrum's flagship Groundhog Anthracite Project and is located within the coal-bearing Groundhog coalfield
In addition, I have found more than one fantastic deer hunting spot thanks to my groundhog hunting excursions.
The Groundhog Day tradition is based on a German superstition that if an animal casts a shadow on February 2 - Candlemas Day - bad weather is coming.
Seattle's Best Coffee is eager to ease the sting of six more weeks of winter by offering free coffee to a lucky few if the groundhog sees his shadow.
On the website you can buy groundhog poop, groundhog shirts, really weird-looking hats and even sporting goods.
com/en/article/groundhog-day/) Groundhog Day organizers have claimed that Phil is accurate in predicting weather 75 to 90 percent of the time.
According to folklore, if the groundhog emerges from his burrow on February 2 and sees his shadow, then there will be six more weeks of winter.
Since 1887, the grundhog has seen his shadow 97 times, hasn't seen it 15 times and there are no records for nine years, according to the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club.
Every year, Groundhog Day is celebrated with a festival in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.
Groundhog Day has soared in popularity since the 1993 film of the same name, starring Bill Murray as an obnoxious weatherman forced to endlessly relive a single day.
As always, the dreams culminate fantastically on Groundhog Day 2009, February 2nd when the world will learn if Groundhog will wake up in time to see his shadow or go down as a famous piece of roadkill.
Gary McGrath of Hampton said the groundhog got very close, so he pushed him back with his foot Tuesday.