olopez1

  • Last Visit

    Last Visit
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    My last visit to Centennial woods was a sad one for it was my last time visiting during my freshman year. I felt as though there weren’t a lot of phenological changes. Spring has barely sprung even though I had h […]
    Posted May 06, 2018.
  • April 16- Centennial Woods; Not so Springy Spring

    April 16- Centennial Woods; Not so Springy Spring
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    I had hoped by now I would have seen signs of spring, but snow is still covering the ground. During my walk, I found a pileated woodpecker, a couple of chickadees, robins, and a couple squirrels. Sadly, I did not […]
    Posted April 17, 2018.
  • New Place During Break

    New Place During Break
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    IMG_2014 2   Over spring break I traveled to Akumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Quintana Roo is located on the Yucatan Peninsula, alongside the Caribbean Coastline which is home to many reefs. In the past, […]
    Posted March 19, 2018.
  • Centennial 3/5

    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    I would associate my place as a Northern Hardwood stand. I think this is true because there are not many birch trees in my area. There are a lot of sugar maples and hemlock however. After reading Wetland, […]
    Posted March 06, 2018.
  • NEW SITE CENTENNIAL WOODS

    NEW SITE CENTENNIAL WOODS
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    I decided to switch my location to Centennial Woods. In the area I explored, I saw many squirrel tracks. I also observed the buds of red maple, ash, and sugar maple. The new area I chose has a bit of a clearing […]
    Posted February 06, 2018.
  • Thanksgiving Phenology

    Thanksgiving Phenology
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    I chose the Franconia Ridge trail, its my favorite spot to hike and I visit often. It is located in Franconia, New Hampshire.   Holland Perspective: New Hampshire falls are known for sunny clear skies. […]
    Posted November 30, 2017.
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  • Bird's Eye View

    Bird's Eye View
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    There are small acorn tops tossed around the ground, a sign that squirrels have been using this area as a home! The leaves are changing and those of the maples are almost gone. The pines will keep their […]
    Posted October 24, 2017.
  • Redstone Pines

    Redstone Pines
    olopez1 on Redstone Pines
    The Redstone Pines are about a 5 minute walk from my hall, WDW. I chose this area because I tend to hammock here often. I love the breeze and the view. The pine trees remind me of the trees near my home. I feel […]
    Posted October 02, 2017.