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JONs phenology project

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Posted: October 9th, 2018 by jtaylo34

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For my location, to get to it you have to go down a steep hill in the woods on a traill. At the bottom of the hill you will end up at my location. Once you are there you will notice on the bottom steeper side of the hill you will see many conifers, mostly Eastern Hemlocks and Northern White Cedar. on the other side of the hill there are more deciduous trees such as Yellow and Paper birch,  White and Red Oaks, Boxelders and Black Cherry. As the trail continues it crosses a stream into a wetland area with cat tails and ferns. Another interesting part of my location is that there is a clear view of the sky from the bottom of the hill because the wetlands clears the trees for an open view. I Chose this location because it is difficult to get to as you have to go down a steep hill, yet has a nice view of the sky!

 

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