• Final Blog Post

    Final Blog Post
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    It was not long ago that I ventured out to my phenology location because the day was warm and beautiful… actually, it was earth day.  And as I neared my location, I was actually told I couldn’t go any further […]
    Posted May 02, 2018.
  • Spring in Centennial Woods?

    Spring in Centennial Woods?
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    With my copy of Naturally Curious by Mary Hollins in hand I ventured off into the woods in search of signs of spring, but to my dismay there was a severe lack thereof.  The night before I made this journey, a […]
    Posted April 15, 2018.
  • New Spring Break Phenology Place

    New Spring Break Phenology Place
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    The immediate similarities and differences that I was able to notice between Bredesen Park in Minnesota and my Centennial Woods location were that both of them were at least partially wetlands.  While the […]
    Posted March 19, 2018.
  • March 5th Phenology Check-In

    March 5th Phenology Check-In
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    Using the class resource “Wetland, Woodland, Wildland,” I classified my Centennial Woods Phenology location as a cross between a Wetland and a Woodland.  The ecological features of Centennial Woods, including […]
    Posted March 05, 2018.
  • Same Phenology Location, New Semester! Looking at Tracks

    Same Phenology Location, New Semester!  Looking at Tracks
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    I remember that when I first chose my phenology location I thought it would be fun to have it atop a very steep hill, then I went to my phenology location shortly after a rainfall once.  It was then that I […]
    Posted February 05, 2018.
  • Human History of Centennial Woods

    Human History of Centennial Woods
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    In order to learn more about my phenology location in the Centennial Woods, I went into the special collections area of the library and found a senior thesis on the area by Elaine Vidal.  Included within her […]
    Posted December 08, 2017.
  • New Phenology Location: Tettegouche State Park

    New Phenology Location: Tettegouche State Park
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    Mabel Wright writing style: -How contact with nature feels – emotional connection -Nature is an aesthetic experience   My new location was at Tettegouche State Park on Lake Superior.  More spe […]
    Posted November 29, 2017.
  • Posted November 18, 2017.
  • Birds-eye map

    Birds-eye map
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    Last time I went to my site in the Centennial Woods all of the trees still had all of their leaves and all of the foliage was green.  Returning on the 22nd, however, most of the leaves had fallen and those that […]
    Posted October 23, 2017.
  • About My Site

    About My Site
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    My phenology site is located in the Centennial Woods. Upon entering the Centennial Woods, if you follow the most well walked path until you reach the first intersection, take a right up a large hill, and then go […]
    Posted October 10, 2017.