Over spring break, I was able to spend a lot of time
outside due to the nice, warm weather. One place that I spent a lot of time in
was Tyler State Park, a place where I spent much of my free time growing up. […]
After investigating my phenology spot in Centennial Woods and reading through Wetland, Woodland, Wildland, I believe that the natural community of my area is a White Pine – Red Oak – Black Oak Forest. I came to […]
After spending much time exploring Lone Rock Point and the area surrounding it, I decided to check out a new place that is important to me: Centennial Woods. To get to this spot, I walk out the back of […]
Since my last visit to Lone Rock Point, the vegetation changed quite a bit. All of the deciduous trees had lost their leaves. However, the coniferous trees such as Northern White Cedar, Eastern Hemlock, and […]
Over Thanksgiving break, I spent a day at the Peace Valley Nature Center, a local park that I have been going to for many years now.
The spot that I chose for the Thanksgiving Break phenology assignment is […]
This event map shows all of the interesting things that I encountered while walking to, from, and through my phenology spot.
Other than the sun being out, not a whole lot changed at Lone Rock Point in the […]
This week, the deciduous trees had either turned orange or lost their leaves. However, the Northern White Cedars and other coniferous trees remained green. Other than that, not much else was different a […]
Since my first time visiting Lone Rock Point earlier this year, I knew that it was a special place. I absolutely loved it and had to choose it as my spot for this phenology project. Although it is a journey to g […]