Archive for March, 2019

For my spring break, I had the privilege of traveling to Mexico. I saw and heard many birds and animals that I’d never even learned about, and identified even fewer. I chose to nestle into a hammock on the beach and observe the crazy beautiful world around me for an hour from the comfort of […]

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Wetland, Woodland, Wildland provides a brief outline of three different types of natural communities. Even though my phenology spot, Centennial Brook, is a water feature on the landscape, I wouldn’t describe it as developed enough to be considered a wetland. It’s not large enough (at least along my spot at the brook) to be enough […]

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