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For my spring break, I had the privilege of traveling to Mexico. I saw and heard many birds and animals that I’d never even learned about, and identified even fewer. I chose to nestle into a hammock on the beach and observe the crazy beautiful world around me for an hour from the comfort of […]

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Woodland

Wetland, Woodland, Wildland provides a brief outline of three different types of natural communities. Even though my phenology spot, Centennial Brook, is a water feature on the landscape, I wouldn’t describe it as developed enough to be considered a wetland. It’s not large enough (at least along my spot at the brook) to be enough […]

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Winter Changes

Returning back to Centennial Woods felt surreal after both a long break and the start of winter. As my friend and I walked into the woods, we began scouring the floor for any signs of animal life. We did see some vague tracks, concealed by many other human footprints on top, making them unidentifiable. The […]

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Human History

Burlington and Vermont as a whole has been has been known as an “outdoorsy” place for hundreds of years. It was central to tribes like the Abenaki around Lake Champlain, an important hub for trading during the colonization era of Samuel De Champlain, and became a main shipping port for lumber cleared from the surrounding […]

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Welcome Home

Exploring the back trails of my hometown in Yarmouth, ME Google Map       (Leopold) I stumble down the stairs carved out of the hillside and marked with a wooden beam. These stairs held my bare feet as a child and are now layered with repeated snowfall. My feet sink down as I move […]

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Event Map and Changes

  As I visited Centennial Brook on this brisk afternoon, I noticed a few changes of fall. The trees have shed their leaves, aside from the pines that frame my phenology spot. The fallen leaves do not sit in a pile at the base of the tree, but rather have been strewn about by wind, […]

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Bird’s Eye Map

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Google Map

https://www.google.com/maps/@44.4770405,-73.1888172,611m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!6m1!1s1c83idLZTl7-d29YduePnPIST3yKgjI7l

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