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Final Phenology Visit – Salmon Hole

It has been a crazy year at my phenology spot. My visits to Salmon Hole on the Winooski River were filled with tracking adventures, bird sightings, walks with friends, wildlife identification and tranquil views of the Winooski River. During my … Continue reading

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Earth Week Phenology Prompt

It’s Earth Week! In order of this week dedicated to appreciating this one-of-a-kind precious planet we call home, I visited my phenology spot to note any phenological change since my last visit many weeks ago. While there were not any … Continue reading

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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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