• May 5

    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    Nature and culture interwind in this area due to the large present of students, who often use this area for recreation. This area allows for students to explore the outdoors and create a bond with the […]
    Posted May 05, 2018.
  • April 16

    April 16
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    There seem to be no signs of¬†amphibians or of spring wildflowers, this is possibly due to it still being cold out and that spring has not truly sprung. However, in a matter of days I am seem it will begin to warm […]
    Posted April 16, 2018.
  • March 19

    March 19
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    ¬† Manhattan is very phonologically different then Burlington. Historically The majority of natural areas in the city have been removed in order to build skyscrapers. The majority of the bird activity in […]
    Posted March 18, 2018.
  • March 5

    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    The warm weather has caused some phenological changes to occur at my place. The sunshine coming out has caused some of the snow to melt and there seems to be more birds around especially woodpeckers. Though the […]
    Posted March 05, 2018.
  • February 5

    February 5
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    During the first visit to my penology site this semester I was able to discover some raccoon tracks. What made them the most distinct was the claws that were present as well as The combination of big and small […]
    Posted February 04, 2018.
  • December 9

    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    The area where my dorm is now was not always owned by the University of Vermont. Originally, it was owned by Trinity College of Vermont. Around 90 years, this college opened up. In order for the dorms and school […]
    Posted December 09, 2017.
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  • November 29

    November 29
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    In a city covered in a concrete one can often lose their connection with the natural world. However, in this city, there is one place you can go to rekindle this connection. You can walk along the […]
    Posted November 28, 2017.
  • October 23

    October 23
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    The leaves have not fully changed, however beautiful bits of yellow have begin to consume the green leaves of the hardwood trees. The area is alive with a variety of woodland creatures. Most of this […]
    Posted November 07, 2017.
  • October 2

    October 2
    jhennin1 on Justine's Phenology Blog
    I live on Trinity Campus, in the back five. The majority of this area is surrounded by woods. I was lucky enough to have a dorm with a stunning view of the woods behind it. I decided that this would be my oenology […]
    Posted November 07, 2017.