• Final

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    My phenology site is a meeting place of nature and culture. Salmon hole is a big fishing spot in Burlington. It’s a place people go to relax and do something they enjoy with friends and family. I’m never alone […]
    Posted May 06, 2017.
  • Naturally Curious Lense

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    I have yet to see signs of amphibian activity in or around my phenology place. I think it’s too rocky to support frogs or salamanders. Although there are not many trees in bloom with the exception of a few red m […]
    Posted April 15, 2017.
  • Spring Break: Dunnellon, Florida

    Spring Break: Dunnellon, Florida
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    I spent an hour snorkeling through a river in Florida observing wildlife. Rainbow River in Dunnellon, Florida supports a vast array of fish, wildlife, and plants. It contains different distinct natural […]
    Posted March 20, 2017.
  • Natural Community

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    Salmon Hole is a Riverside Outcrop. This community has ice and flood scoured bedrock and stream banks. It contains a small amount of scattered low upland herbaceous plants and ferns, with only a small variety of […]
    Posted March 10, 2017.
  • Wildlife

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    Grey squirrel tracks
    Posted February 03, 2017.
  • Winter Phenological Changes/Winter Twigs

    Winter Phenological Changes/Winter Twigs
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    Since my last visit in the fall, much has changed. There are no leaves on any trees and the only color on the landscape are the few winterberry bushes by the edge of the river. There is some ice cover on the bit […]
    Posted February 03, 2017.
  • Written Comparison

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    I have chosen to compare my spot in Burlington to one of the only green places in New York City, Prospect Park. It gets tons of human traffic and has a huge dog run- it’s considered the heart of Brooklyn. The park […]
    Posted November 24, 2016.
  • Posted November 06, 2016.
  • Event Map and Update

    Event Map and Update
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    My phenology place seems to get grayer and grayer. As the trees become bare, the rock clearing becomes more of a focal point. Paper birch trees stand out in the gray/brown forested area. I hadn’t noticed them before.
    Posted November 06, 2016.
  • Sketch

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    The thickness of the canopy has decreased. There is much more colorful leaf cover on the forest floor than the last time I visited. There is more gray area around the bedrock features than last week, when […]
    Posted October 24, 2016.
  • Description

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    My place is quiet and densely forested with thin, young trees. A few paces away are dramatic bedrock features that line the Winooski river. You can hear water softly flowing from my place. Species include Red Oak, […]
    Posted October 16, 2016.
  • Location

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    To get to Salmon Hole Park, take East Avenue down to Colchester and make a right. Take a hairpin turn onto Riverside Avenue. The entrance I take is past the bike rack, down a set of wooden stairs.  
    Posted October 16, 2016.