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Comparative Phenology – Bush Hill Nature Reserve, North Kingstown, Rhode Island

I immersed myself in Bush Hill Nature Reserve a few minutes from my house. Compared to my phenological site in Burlington, which is located in a Northern Hardwood Forest, the site I chose is a riparian forest that borders marshland. … Continue reading

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NR 2 Salmon Hole Phenology Blog Visit #2

Within my Phenology location, Salmon Hole on the Winooski River, natural communities such as Northern Hardwood Forests, Mesic-Red Oak Northern Hardwood Forests, and Limestone Bluff Cedar Pine Forests. The Northern Hardwood Forest was a medium sized patch. According to “Wetland, … Continue reading

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WE ARE BACK FOR ROUND 2 – Salmon Hole Visit #1 Phenology Blog

I am very glad to be back in Burlington after the long winter break between semesters. It was nice to come back to a snow-covered Burlington. Coming from Rhode Island, where snow totals were far lower than up north, I … Continue reading

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This is Goodbye! :(

Salmon Hole, it’s been a wild ride. Observing the phenological changes within the forest and among the whole natural area has brought me a sense of renewal and tranquility. From the start of my visits to the last, I was … Continue reading

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286 Miles South

Although it kills me to leave Burlington, it was nice to come home for Thanksgiving break. I saw my family and friends from my hometown of Sharon, MA. Since I recently moved to North Kingstown, RI, I’ve explored many of … Continue reading

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Phenology Visit #3 – Salmon Hole

Back to Salmon Hole! Based on the examples provided in Hannah Hinchman‚Äôs article The World as Events, I created an event map showing a set of experiences at Salmon Hole. I hope this event map will allow you to experience … Continue reading

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Bird’s Eye View of Salmon Hole (Visit #2)

Much time has passed and the foliage certainly has changed. Many of the deciduous trees are dropping their leaves as they turn a yellow/orange color. This bird’s eye view of Salmon Hole on the Winooski River depicts the prominent features … Continue reading

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Phenology Location Visit 1 – Salmon Hole!!

My phenology project location is The Salmon Hole on the Winooski River. I chose this location mostly because of my affinity for Salmon. I wanted to pick a forested area near a river because of the diverse wildlife species that … Continue reading

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