mjdrury

  • February 2nd Visit to my Phenology Place

    February 2nd Visit to my Phenology Place
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    My Phenology place looks drastically different from when I visited it in December. The ground is completely covered in snow and the stream is frozen solid. I was able to step into the middle of the stream without […]
    Posted 3 weeks ago.
  • Post #4

    Post #4
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    Centennial Woods history: About 13,500 years ago the Laurentide Ice Sheet retreated exposing the land upon which Centennial Woods now stands. A massive amount of freshwater followed the melting of the glacier […]
    Posted December 09, 2017.
  • Thanksgiving Phenology Assignment

    Thanksgiving Phenology Assignment
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    Over thanksgiving break I went on a two day and two night backpacking trip to Mount Mansfield. I thought that it would be fitting to choose the summit of the mountain as my Thanksgiving Phenology spot because of […]
    Posted November 27, 2017.
  • Prompt #3

    Prompt #3
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    My site looks quite similar to the last time I was here a couple of weeks ago. The biggest difference is that my experience in Centennial woods was significantly colder than last time. I headed down to my place on […]
    Posted November 07, 2017.
  • Prompt #2

    Prompt #2
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    Hand drawn map of my Phenology Place: I had a very pleasant trip down to my Phenology Place. I ventured down to Centennial Woods at about 5:30 in the afternoon. It was a warm fall day and the afternoon […]
    Posted October 23, 2017.
  • Introduction To My Place

    Introduction To My Place
    mjdrury on Tica's Phenology Blog
    How to get there? My place is in the Centennial woods, a 65 acre wooded area a ten minute walk to the East of University of Vermont’s central campus. To get to my place you will need to go to the Centennial […]
    Posted October 02, 2017.