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Final Post!

Here we are- last week of classes and last phenology blog. I would like to say summer is almost here but it is not. The first visit to my spot of this post was the coldest day so far, and this week was not so warm either. The cold weather may be why the frog […]

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Since my last post, I’ve kept going to my new quarantine spot at the edge of a marsh off the LaPlatte River every week. Things don’t look all that different than they did the first time I took notes three weeks ago- we are still deep in the infinite brown depths of mud season and […]

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Everybody’s phenology blog is going to be pretty different, mine included. I was still on campus last week for the first round of notes, and I went to a small patch of woods between Redstone campus, the track, and the golf course. I don’t really live near there but it looked like people used the […]

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February: Survival

Things at Redstone Quarry looked remarkably similar to when I visited in January at first glance. There was about the same amount of crusty snow, there were still no leaves coming in, and there were a lot of dog prints as always. However, a closer look showed that the winter was very much getting on. […]

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I am in a new phenology blog spot this semester. My old spot was nice, and it was close to campus, but it was pretty small and in close proximity to a road which became much more significant after the leaves fell and the illusion of privacy was gone. I chose Redstone Quarry, because I […]

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