My phenology spot is in centennial woods. I first discoverd it while studying for the tree quiz in September. It is a little off the main path after crossing the river and there is a small clearing. What struck me most about this particular spot is the tree bark and growth of some of the trees. Two of them are really close toghether and another pair appears to twist around each other. The vegetatian is very thick in general and there are many types of woody plants. There is also a patch of ferns growing in the steep hill at the base of the trees.

The most common woody plants include:

  • Red Maple
  • White Oak
  • Eastern White Pine
  • Eastern Hemlock
  • Yellow Birch
  • Paper Birch
  • American Beech



Location: (it wouldn’t let me embed it)

Phenology Spot Location Link


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