kjlamber

  • May

    May
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    It has finally been warm out these past couple of weeks and as a result, spring is beginning to show visible signs at my phenology site where more and more things are starting to look green. The downed log that is […]
    Posted May 03, 2018.
  • April

    April
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    Today, everything at my site was covered in a slushy layer of snow, and there was a lot of water everywhere from the large amount of precipitation Burlington has received within the past couple of days. There were […]
    Posted April 17, 2018.
  • Spring Break

    Spring Break
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    My phenology site over Spring Break is the small area of woods next to my backyard. These trees have been here since my family moved into my house about 20 years ago. There has always been wildlife activity around […]
    Posted March 20, 2018.
  • BioFinder

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    When I used the Biofinder program to analyze my phenology place, I discovered that my place was of pretty high priority and that it is in an area that covers rare species in the area, so it is very important that […]
    Posted March 05, 2018.
  • Early March

    Early March
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    The phenological changes that occurred at my place since my last visit were that there is not much change since I was last at my spot.There is still snow covering the ground and there were animal tracks visible in […]
    Posted March 05, 2018.
  • Early March

    Early March
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    When referring to Wetland, Woodland, Wildland I would say that my phenology spot is classified somewhere between a wetland and a woodland. I would say my spot is somewhere in between these because it does get dark […]
    Posted March 05, 2018.
  • Trees and Twigs - Early February

    Trees and Twigs - Early February
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    Some of the trees I was able to identify at my site were White Pines, Eastern Hemlock, and Sugar Maple. The twig I chose to capture was that of a Sugar Maple. This tree was located right next to the pool of water […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • Wildlife Tracks - Early February

    Wildlife Tracks - Early February
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    There were many different sets of wildlife tracks found at my Phenology Site. Some of the tracks include white-tailed deer, squirrel, rabbit, a small bird, and dogs. I believe the set of deer tracks belongs to a […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • Early February

    Early February
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    My phonology site was covered with a fresh coating of snow. I noticed that there were several older tracks that I could see prior to this snowfall, but there were also many fresh new tracks that were easy to […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • December

    December
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    For my final post this semester, I wanted to say how I loved seeing my phenology site change since the beginning of the school year. Today there was a light dusting of snow, and it flurried as I walked through […]
    Posted December 08, 2017.
  • Description and Comparison

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    Description of my new Site in the style of Marbel Wright: You know that creepy and unsettling eerie feeling when you think about an old cemetery? Well that is the feeling that I get everytime I stay over my […]
    Posted November 28, 2017.
  • Posted November 28, 2017.
  • About my new place

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    The Phenology Site I visited over Thanksgiving Break is an area between my friend’s house and a small cemetery. This place is special to me because when we were younger, my friends and I were creeped out that my […]
    Posted November 27, 2017.
  • Poem

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    Fall is here, To see this use not your ears, But use your eyes to look around, And notice all the leaves on the ground. This time of year, The forest almost seems clear, With the absence of the […]
    Posted November 07, 2017.
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  • Posted October 24, 2017.
  • Late October

    Late October
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    My phenology spot is a little different since I last visited it earlier this month. Now there are more leaves, pine needles, and pine cones on the ground, and you can barely see the dirt. The canopy is not as […]
    Posted October 24, 2017.
  • Posted October 13, 2017.