Interview: Ted Levin, The Upside of Wet Weather

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This is the last day of May, and if you’re among those who were less than pleased with the seemingly endless days of rain and the ten-plus inches that fell around the region during May of 2006, you may be tempted to say “good riddance.”

But writer, photographer and birding enthusiast Ted Levin found a silver lining of sorts that came about because of the persistent precipitation. He recently spoke with Mitch Wertlieb about it.

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