Okay boys and girls every year you see these early finds about the size of a sewing thimble. People drive two or three hours and spend all day to find fifteen or twenty babies. If you are patient and wait until the red buds really get going good. By then you will also notice a nice green cast to distant trees, they won't just look dead or dormant. I guess I shouldn't tell this as I know if I do some of my very best spots will probably get hit on. Okay get in your car and head out for some likely looking spots.Drive the back roads and slow the car down so your looker can road hunt. If they see one stop the car and investigate, Do not enter private land with out asking but millions grow in the road side ditch if you look in the right areas. A lot of times there is a mile or miles of roadside with elm and cotton woods mixed with ceder that run right on the road. Anyhow one spotted can lead to a couple hundred with out hardly any walking at all, This won't work right now when they really are not up any how to any worth while size or amounts. When they are two to four inchs tall anybody can see them just waiting to be road snached.