A Change of Pace

A Phenology Blog

February 5th Post

Since my phenology site isn’t in a place isolated from humans, there aren’t many animal tracks.  However, there are many plants and trees!  With the winter twig identification sheet, I found a sugar maple, Norway maple and box elder.

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Since my last visit, the landscape has changed a lot.  Obviously, their is snow on the ground and the trees have lost their leaves.  Also, the pond is frozen and the wildlife, like the ducks, that live around the pond have left for the winter.  The birds in the trees have also left, as I can’t hear them singing their songs.  I will occasionally see a murder of crows, but that is it.

February 5, 2018 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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