Second Visit To My Place

Since my last visit, more leaves have fallen off of the oak, maple, and beech trees as fall has progressed. The leaves that are still on the trees have mostly changed color and are now many shades of red and orange. The vegetation on the ground (particularly the ostrich ferns) has also started to die back until the spring.

The most significant evidence of wildlife using my phenology place as a habitat that I observed on this visit is a dead tree with many large holes in it that were made by woodpeckers. The attached picture is of this tree.

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