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Stewards of the Northwoods: Phenology Report Early June

Stewards of the Northwoods: Phenology Report Early June | Forest Phenology | Scoop.it
Here's what we're seeing around the center... 5/31- Monarch butterflies. 6/2 –Dragonflies out. Photo by Peter Rebholz. 6/3- woodland flowers in bloom. -gaywings. -barren strawberry. -Canada mayflower.
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My Minnesota Woods » Northern Minnesota phenology: Bunchberry

My Minnesota Woods » Northern Minnesota phenology: Bunchberry | Forest Phenology | Scoop.it
Northern Minnesota phenology: Bunchberry. By John Latimer. You may not be aware of it but we have a world champion flower in our forests, and the late days of May bring it into bloom. If the scientists are correct, and further research doesn't ...
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Migratory elk calf numbers in herd near Cody at historic lows - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Migratory elk calf numbers in herd near Cody at historic lows - Casper Star-Tribune Online | Forest Phenology | Scoop.it
Migratory elk calf numbers in herd near Cody at historic lows Casper Star-Tribune Online Drought limits pregnancy, explained Arthur Middleton, one of the authors of the paper “Animal migration amid shifting patterns of phenology and predation:...
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Is spring throwing off Earth's groove? - Medill Reports: Chicago

Is spring throwing off Earth's groove? - Medill Reports: Chicago | Forest Phenology | Scoop.it
Is spring throwing off Earth's groove?
Medill Reports: Chicago
It's part of the science of phenology, which analyzes key moments in nature's life cycles to reveal how the earth is responding to a changing climate.
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Spring Arrives Earlier Now Than In The 1960s, Expert Says - KYW Newsradio

Spring Arrives Earlier Now Than In The 1960s, Expert Says - KYW Newsradio | Forest Phenology | Scoop.it
Spring Arrives Earlier Now Than In The 1960s, Expert Says KYW Newsradio The Eastern Pennsylvania Phenology Project, phenology meaning, the study of perioic life cycle events, began in 2010, collecting data from nature centers, schools, parks and...
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