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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    My final visit to my site, which is more bitter than sweet, provided a great deal of phenological changes. The silver maples are budding, and the understory is transforming the ground to be more green than brown. […]
    Posted 3 weeks ago.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    In this visit to my phenology spot, I was accompanied by Mary Holland’s Naturally Curious to help me identify what spring was bringing to my area. Unfortunately, not much of what she wrote about in her April s […]
    Posted last month.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    Over vacation, I visited Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. This center has been around for over 40 years, and the new phenology spot I chose around it was in a relatively fragmented […]
    Posted March 21, 2017.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    The day I went to visit my phenology spot was after (and eventually during) a few rain events, which had washed away the snow that was there previously. It was interesting to observe the site in this rainy but […]
    Posted March 11, 2017.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    My absence from my phenology site was not mirrored in the activity of the wildlife at the Intervale, which had continued bustling throughout the cold. The most recent activity was documented in the snow from the […]
    Posted February 07, 2017.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    While observing the environmental processes of my spot for the past few months, and seeing the changes in the land, I’ve noticed that the human presence (outside of myself) is not far from any spot in the […]
    Posted December 05, 2016.
  • A Change in Scenery

    A Change in Scenery
    enaprta on Forested Phenology
        Over Thanksgiving break, when my phenology spot and I were separated by many […]
    Posted November 28, 2016.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    The forest of the Intervale is preparing itself for winter, with trees stringy from their lack of leaves. In fact, the ground is so blanketed in leaves, I could not even find the notable rusty bike near the […]
    Posted November 07, 2016.
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    enaprta on Forested Phenology
    Within my week of absence from my phenology spot, the leaves have been tinged with more yellow and cover the forest floor more densely. I’d like to think it’s a sign that the trees have missed me, but it’s simply […]
    Posted October 24, 2016.