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Reflections on Land Use and an Early December Visit

The fall semester is coming to an end, and I’m sad to say this is likely the last time I’ll see my phenology place for a while. This visit was on an unusually warm December day, it was about 40 … Continue reading

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Phenology in Warner, NH

Over Thanksgiving break I visited a new place near my home in Warner, New Hampshire. Here is a map showing where my place is: Here’s a Link to a Google Map A Description of my new place inspired by the … Continue reading

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The season has changed to grey

The past two weeks have brought wind, rain and cold that have stripped my place of vibrant fall colors. Rain was falling softly overhead, and the river was full, creeping up the bank towards the edge of the woods. All … Continue reading

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Fall is Here

A few weeks have passed since my last visit, and when I made my way to my place it was clear that fall has come. The ground was littered with leaves, the air was cooler, and the adjacent cornfield had … Continue reading

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Getting to Know My Place

I’ve visited my place a second time and done a little poking around. Here’s what I found out: I arrived at my place early in the morning, just after sunrise. The air was filled with the whir of insects with … Continue reading

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Welcome to My Place!

Hello all, and welcome to my phenology blog! The place that I’ve chosen to study for the next few months is located on the Intervale overlooking the Winooski River. The spot can be accessed by the Intervale bike path. This … Continue reading

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