No Shadow in Sight: Michigan's Groundhog Calls for Early Spring
The Howell Conference & Nature Center celebrated Woody's 15th annual Groundhog Day prediction Saturday.
Michigan's official groundhog Woody, who calls the Howell Conference & Nature Center home, predicted an early spring Saturday morning, according to Livingston Daily.
Woody, unlike her chief rival Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania, admits when she errs – which only has happened four times. According to Howell Nature Center Director Dana DeBenham, Woody has correctly made 10 out of 14 predictions.
For the second year running, Woody predicted an early spring, which means she stayed outside of her den at the nature center for at least 30 seconds Saturday morning.
And this year, Phil seems to agree with her.
Woody came to live at the nature center 15 years ago, when she was less than a year old after a local farmer shot her mother, according to DeBenham. She has been making Groundhog Day predictions ever since.