1. This frog
This frog has been M.I.A. all winter, but he wants to let you know that not only did he miss you terribly, he’s so happy to see your face. That makes up for it, right?
3. These baby bats
These little guys were snug as a bug in a rug for the winter. They’re sorry they never called but are ready to make up for lost time! Won’t you join them?
5. This chipmunk
Little did you know, this chipmunk was going nuts missing you. Now she has a chance to share her new peanut brittle recipe. (She’s super into DIY now.)
7. This groundhog
This groundhog had a very busy February predicting the weather, but he’s mostly glad he gets to see you. You are all the sunshine he needs in his life.
9. This raccoon
This little scoundrel decided to give you a surprise visit after an ice-cold winter!
“Shall we get some snacks? Raid a couple of picnic baskets? My treat.”
10. This gecko
To be honest, this gecko wasn’t hibernating. He was too busy helping people save hundreds on car insurance. But he’s ready to hang out now!
11. This bumblebee
The queen bee has been waiting all winter for you. Bee-lieve it.
“What’s buzzing in town? Any new gossip around the hive?”
13. This marmot
This marmot just popped out of his den to visit you.
“How’s the weather up here?”
And if you are more of a night person, talk to these antelopes.
They don’t hibernate because of their night vision goggles.