Spring and “springtime” refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regret. How much do you know about spring season?
1) In the southern hemisphere, the first day of spring occurs in what month?
2) On the first day of spring in the northern and southern hemisphere, the sun is directly over the:
3) In America, which bird is often seen as symbolizing the arrival of the spring season?
4) In Major League Baseball, spring training happens in February and March. In what state does it take place?
5) What does spring symbolize?
6) Spring is the season of flowers. The Japanese celebrate the arrival of spring by hosting mass viewings of which flower?
7) What two cities are listed in the Farmers’ Almanac as having the latest average last spring frost date?
8) Why do migrating bird prefer northern latitudes during the spring and summer?
9) What is the name of the astronomical event that marks the start of spring?
10) What is the name of the Greek goddess whose return was believed to signal the start of spring?
11) How many daffodils did Wordsworth see, when he was wandering lonely as a cloud?
12) In which country Mala Guldaudi flower glows during spring season?
(1) September (2) equator (3) Robin (4) Arizona and Florida (5) rebirth (6) cherry blossoms (7) Tahoe City, California and Ely, Nevada (8) Less competition for food, Increased foraging time, because the days are longer and Fewer predators (9) Vernal Equinox (10) Persephone (11) 10,000 (12) Israel