Intro to Salmon Hole

          My phenology blog is based on the region surrounding the Winooski River called Salmon Hole. I chose this area, as it is located just down the hill from my dorm, Mercy. Here, I observed a wide array of species including silver maple, eastern cottonwood, black ash, red maple, and poison ivy. Additionally, I noticed a lot of driftwood and moss in the region. Salmon Hole is a beautiful, rocky area surrounding by various woody species and young plants. I look forward to further observing my spot that surveys the rippled rocks and currents of the Winooski River.

 

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