This was my last trip to my phenology site of freshman year! It is definitely sad to leave this place after seeing it change so much over the last year, but I’ll definitely be back in the fall to see how it […]
The day that I went to visit my site, it was very muddy. There was a lot of rain in the last week, and it made the soil and the leaves in my site very wet and slick. On my way there, there were so many […]
This break I got the chance to spend the week in Cartagena, Colombia. It was an incredible place to be looking at phenology and the natural world. a
Colombia is an incredibly biodiverse country. We were […]
My phenology site was would be considered to be a woodland. The entire area is covered in trees, and while there is wildlife activity, it is quite subtile. As observed in the early fall there are a lot of ground […]
It is now February 2019, the start of the second month of the year. Throughout the last month, there has been much snowfall and much colder temperatures than the rest of the year. When I visited my phenology […]
As the semester comes to an end and the seasons are on the brink of change, it’s perfect that my blog comes to a close with the origins of my phenology spot.
The 70 acres that are Centennial Woods has been used […]
When I went home for Thanksgiving, I was thinking of where I could go for my phenology place. There is a nature preserve near my house that I sometimes go to if I am in the need for quiet and a nice reservoir […]
I decided to visit my site again on Saturday, October 20th. The weather going to my site was very nice, around 60 degrees and sunny. There were a lot of birds chirping and Centennial Woods seemed to be filled with […]
Welcome to my phenology site!
To get to my site you must start by going to Centennial Woods. Once you reach the woods, start down the path and continue until you get to the clearing right before the creek and […]