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Warm and sunny around Baltimore region| PHOTOS

Shepherd Hines-Gauvin, 3, uses a magnifying glass to look at a seed in the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool, a project of the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools. Children from ages 3-7 attend the program, which is all outdoors, and is held on the grounds of Glen Meadows Retirement Community. Lead teacher Lisa Mullaney is on right.
(Barbara Haddock Taylor)

Warm and sunny around Baltimore region| PHOTOS

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A warm day in March brings people outside.
Notchcliff Nature Program
Shepherd Hines-Gauvin, 3, uses a magnifying glass to look at a seed in the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool, a project of the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools. Children from ages 3-7 attend the program, which is all outdoors, and is held on the grounds of Glen Meadows Retirement Community. Lead teacher Lisa Mullaney is on right.
Shepherd Hines-Gauvin, 3, uses a magnifying glass to look at a seed in the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool, a project of the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools. Children from ages 3-7 attend the program, which is all outdoors, and is held on the grounds of Glen Meadows Retirement Community. Lead teacher Lisa Mullaney is on right. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Notchcliff Nature Program
Shepherd Hines-Gauvin, 3, uses a magnifying glass to look at a stick in the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool, a project of the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools.
Shepherd Hines-Gauvin, 3, uses a magnifying glass to look at a stick in the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool, a project of the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Notchcliff Nature Program
Shepherd Haines-Gauvin, 3, left, and Remy Swett, 4, carry a bird feeder at the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool on the grounds of Glen Meadows Retirement Community.
Shepherd Haines-Gauvin, 3, left, and Remy Swett, 4, carry a bird feeder at the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool on the grounds of Glen Meadows Retirement Community. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Notchcliff Nature Program
Emmet Sommer, 4, climbs on a tree fort at the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool.
Emmet Sommer, 4, climbs on a tree fort at the Notchcliff Nature Program forest preschool. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Warm late winter weather greets Baltimore
Jimena Paris adjusts the clothes on her son Carlos Evans, 3 at Canton Waterfront Park during an unseasonably warm day as the winter season recedes.
Jimena Paris adjusts the clothes on her son Carlos Evans, 3 at Canton Waterfront Park during an unseasonably warm day as the winter season recedes. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Warm late winter weather greets Baltimore
Melissa White (not pictured) holds the leash of canine Lilly while Kevin Foehrkolb lounges in his hammock behind Andrea Fozard at Canton Waterfront Park during an unseasonably warm day.
Melissa White (not pictured) holds the leash of canine Lilly while Kevin Foehrkolb lounges in his hammock behind Andrea Fozard at Canton Waterfront Park during an unseasonably warm day. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Warm late winter weather greets Baltimore
Yi-Ping Ong and Kai Fainmesser-Ong, 4 of North Roland Park snack while sitting on logs used as chairs at Cylburn Arboretum during an unseasonably warm day as the winter season recedes.
Yi-Ping Ong and Kai Fainmesser-Ong, 4 of North Roland Park snack while sitting on logs used as chairs at Cylburn Arboretum during an unseasonably warm day as the winter season recedes. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Sunny Tuesday
Rick Sullivan, left, walks with Sage and Paula Abernethy walks with Mariah, a couple of English Cream Golden Retrievers, at Thomas Point Park.
Rick Sullivan, left, walks with Sage and Paula Abernethy walks with Mariah, a couple of English Cream Golden Retrievers, at Thomas Point Park. (Paul W. Gillespie)
Sunny Tuesday
Bob Jefferson, 86, and his wife of 63 years, Marie Jefferson, 84, come down to the Annapolis Maritime Museum to look at the boats almost every day, rain or shine, The couple has 5 kids and 14 grandkids.
Bob Jefferson, 86, and his wife of 63 years, Marie Jefferson, 84, come down to the Annapolis Maritime Museum to look at the boats almost every day, rain or shine, The couple has 5 kids and 14 grandkids. (Paul W. Gillespie)
Sunny Tuesday
Sean Dudderar, 20, does a Febble trick at Truxtun Park.
Sean Dudderar, 20, does a Febble trick at Truxtun Park. (Paul W. Gillespie)
Swing into spring
Martin Collins of Carney swings his way out of the bunker at the Mount Pleasant Golf Course, where he plays on Tuesday with a group called the Jockey Club. Many golfers were returning to the links for the first time this year, as temperatures in the Baltimore region rose to an unseasonable high in the low 70s. More warm weather is anticipated for several days.
Martin Collins of Carney swings his way out of the bunker at the Mount Pleasant Golf Course, where he plays on Tuesday with a group called the Jockey Club. Many golfers were returning to the links for the first time this year, as temperatures in the Baltimore region rose to an unseasonable high in the low 70s. More warm weather is anticipated for several days. (Amy Davis)
Jumping into spring
From left, Lamar Davis, Daenah Pressley, Miazziah Rose and Ayanna Henry, Morgan State University track team jumpers, practice bounding, one of the phases of long, high and triple jumps, on an unseasonably warm day on campus. The track team will be traveling to UNC-Wilmington for their first track meet of the season this Friday and Saturday.
From left, Lamar Davis, Daenah Pressley, Miazziah Rose and Ayanna Henry, Morgan State University track team jumpers, practice bounding, one of the phases of long, high and triple jumps, on an unseasonably warm day on campus. The track team will be traveling to UNC-Wilmington for their first track meet of the season this Friday and Saturday. (Amy Davis)
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