• The Grand Finale: May 5th 2018

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    Red Rocks Park is a beautiful place. It encourages individuals to interact with the natural landscape through a multitude of different ways. To the south of the park, there is the beach area, where people can swim […]
    Posted May 05, 2018.
  • April 17th and The Rain

    April 17th and The Rain
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    Today’s weather was rainy, but not too cold with a temperature averaging 42ºF. I was actually hoping for rain because it meant that I could try to find the vernal pools that I saw on Biofinder awhile back; […]
    Posted April 17, 2018.
  • March 19th Update

    March 19th Update
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    For my spring break phenological spot, I wasn’t quite sure where to go. When I visited my uncle, he suggested the nearby Audubon Greenwich. I’m glad he did because it fits in perfectly with the bird theme for this […]
    Posted March 17, 2018.
  • Posted March 17, 2018.
  • March 5th

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    As said in Wetlands, Woodlands, Wildlands, a natural community is “an interacting assemblage of organisms, their physical environment, and the natural processes that affect them.” Ecological influences plays a […]
    Posted March 06, 2018.
  • February 5th Update

    February 5th Update
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    Hello all. I have returned to UVM for the second part of the semester and thus being part of the Rubenstein College, I continue my phenology blog. I have chosen to keep Red Rocks as my spot and I am glad I did. […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • December 9th-The Finale

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    It’s the end of my first semester here at the University of Vermont. For the last post before winter break, my assignment was to learn and write about some human history of my phenological spot. I found this PDF […]
    Posted December 08, 2017.
  • Green Pond and Red Rocks

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    The transition between Summer and Winter, there are many changes within the natural world. Us humans are lucky to bear witness to the thing called Fall. In western Connecticut, there lies a small body of water, […]
    Posted November 27, 2017.
  • Green Pond

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    Whoosh. The slight breeze from the South glides over the open water. The autumn leaves bristle; disturbed from their short term resting place. A pair of songbirds dance with one another, as they cross the pond. […]
    Posted November 25, 2017.
  • Posted November 25, 2017.
  • November

    aeromano on Red Rocks Park-Beach Area
    Yesterday, I went to Red Rocks in order to do my event map. Once I arrived, I saw that the recent northern storm had its effects on the natural area here. As you can see in the previous post, branches were down, […]
    Posted November 03, 2017.
  • A Poem

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    One visit, I thought that a poem should be written for this place. For its beauty, wonder, and uniqueness. Crunchy little rocks Lake Champlain I see a far Red Rocks Park is here  
    Posted November 01, 2017.
  • Hand Sketch

    Hand Sketch
    aeromano on Red Rocks Park-Beach Area
    Here is my sketch of my phenology area. The most noticeable feature is the rocky sandbar that runs the length of the beach. From what I can see, this feature goes out probably 50ft. and then it deepens. This […]
    Posted October 22, 2017.
  • October 9th Visit

    October 9th Visit
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    Weather: rain, fog Temperature: mid 60s Today I visited Red Rocks just to gain a viewpoint when it wasn’t ideal weather. I took the bus there for the first time(Pine Street #5) to avoid getting absolutely […]
    Posted October 10, 2017.
  • First Visit

    First Visit
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    Upon my first visit to Red Rocks, I got lost. But the trip there was worth it. If you go down Main Street and take a left on Pine Street and continue south until Pine Street no longer exists, then you’ll be on […]
    Posted October 01, 2017.
  • Posted October 01, 2017.