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  • April Showers

    April Showers
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
      April showers bring May flowers! And what do Mayflowers bring? Pilgrims! Hahahahaha. Well we haven’t had the most traditional of “April Showers” these past few days with intermittent icy rain storms. Though […]
    Posted 5 days ago.
  • Springtime In NH

    Springtime In NH
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Hello reader and welcome back! This week we’re heading a bit south to central New Hampshire. I have been enjoying my spring break back in my hometown of Wolfeboro, NH, although it has not felt too much like spring […]
    Posted last month.
  • March Madness

    March Madness
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Hello reader, and welcome back to Phenology with Cat! It has been an exciting time here phonologically. The weather has been quite unusual, taking a turn for the warmth despite Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction f […]
    Posted last month.
  • New Year, New Phenolo-ME

    New Year, New Phenolo-ME
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Hello reader and welcome back to phenology with Cat! It has been a long while since I have been out in the field studying the phenological changes on the Vermont landscape, but alas I am back. This semester, I […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • The Not-Quite Redstone Pines Answers a Question That Has Haunted Us All

    The Not-Quite Redstone Pines Answers a Question That Has Haunted Us All
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    I am so sad to say a final goodbye to my beloved Not-Quite Redstone Pines. It has been an honor experiencing them and their phenological changes both for recreation and in academic settings. The pines themselves […]
    Posted December 08, 2017.
  • ID Tree or Die: New Hampshire for the Holidays

    ID Tree or Die: New Hampshire for the Holidays
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Aldo Leopold-Style Description The wind rushes through my hair as the pine needles gently brush against my face. The soggy, fallen leaves smoosh beneath my feet. Behind me, I hear the hustle of a chipmunk, […]
    Posted November 27, 2017.
  • Strange Things are Happening, Aint No Doubt About It

    Strange Things are Happening, Aint No Doubt About It
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Good Evening all and happy November! I am ecstatic to have made it through the super spooky span of October and I am now ready for Thanksgiving! With November comes more than Thanksgiving, however.  It is also a […]
    Posted November 06, 2017.
  • Brace yourself, Winter is Coming

    Brace yourself, Winter is Coming
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Hello and welcome back to Phenology with Cat! The Not-Quite Redstone Pines have been absolutely rampant with activity. Birds have been chirping and hammockers mocking, though that shall all come to an end soon. […]
    Posted October 24, 2017.
  • Where am I??!!!

    Where am I??!!!
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Click here to begin our journey together Reader, I am sorry, but I lied just a little bit. My spot is not technically Red Stone Pines but it is pretty darn close. My spot is just south east of the actual Red S […]
    Posted October 02, 2017.
  • Hey MTV, welcome to my crib!

    Hey MTV, welcome to my crib!
    cvlennon on Phenology with Cat
    Hey MTV, and welcome to my crib! Today I’m just going to be introducing you to the Red Stone Pines, but over the course of this semester we will be looking deep into the ecology and history of this gem on UVM’s […]
    Posted October 02, 2017.