Archive for March, 2019

I spent my spring break in my home town of West Islip, New York. There are a lot of natural areas there, but not quite as many as Burlington. For the phenology project, I went to Gardiner Park, a dog park near me with a large wooded area and some trails. It originally belonged to […]

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Phenology Post #7

Today, Friday March 8th at 1:30 PM, I visited my site. It was very bright out and the trees were making cracking noises. I could also hear their leaves blowing. My spot is rich in diverse tree species incuding Sugar Maples, White Pines, American Beech, therefore I’d identify it as a Northern Hardwood Forest, and […]

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