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  • February 5th Post

    February 5th Post
    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    Since my phenology site isn’t in a place isolated from humans, there aren’t many animal tracks.  However, there are many plants and trees!  With the winter twig identification sheet, I found a sugar maple, N […]
    Posted 3 weeks ago.
  • Human History

    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    I wasn’t surprised to learn that the small forest has been largely influenced by humans.  The trees stand tall, which tells me that they’ve been there for a while.  But spaces have been cut out for the use of h […]
    Posted December 09, 2017.
  • My Backyard

    My Backyard
    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    I sit in my chair and listen to the sounds.  My body fills with serenity.  The bee hums a quiet song that only the plants can hear, how I wish I could hear it too!  The birds flutter, flapping their wings as if th […]
    Posted November 28, 2017.
  • November 6th Visit

    November 6th Visit
    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    Since my last visit, there hasn’t been many changes.  The fall feel is still in the air.  The leaves are still falling and the cattails whistle in the wind that stand near the pond.  The birds have started to fl […]
    Posted November 08, 2017.
  • October 23rd Visit

    October 23rd Visit
    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    Since my last visit, I’ve noticed a lot of changes.  The most prominent change was in the leaves.  They have began to change and the birds are beginning to move out of the area.  The newly fallen leaves and st […]
    Posted November 07, 2017.
  • 44°27'59.4"N 73°11'52.3"W

    44°27'59.4"N 73°11'52.3"W
    lzarzeck on A Change of Pace
    Behind the WDW residential hall is a beautiful strip of forest that sits between the parking lot and the Burlington Country Club.  I sometimes come out here to do homework or to just take a break.  To get here, g […]
    Posted October 24, 2017.