When do groundhogs hibernate?

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Groundhogs usually hibernate at the end of August or in early September. They hibernate in order to preserve their food supply, strength, and plan for the summer.
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A groundhog burrows underground to hibernate, and the hibernaculum, or the deepest part of the burrow where the groundhog falls into its winter slumber, is below the frost line. Because
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to get more food and plus it's easyer to cath it's pray.
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Groundhogs will hibernate from mid October and emerge from hibernation in February.
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Groundhogs usually hibernate at the end of August or in early September. They hibernate in order to preserve their food supply, strength, and plan for the summer ...
A groundhog burrows underground to hibernate, and the hibernaculum, or the deepest part of the burrow where the groundhog falls into its winter slumber, is below ...
Groundhogs build a winter burrow and hibernate for six to seven months. They enter their burrows in October and don't emerge until March or sometimes even April. ...
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