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Phenology Talkbacks: December 12, 2017

John Latimer via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page
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Virginia, MN Student Report
Hibbing, MN Student Phenology Report


Bemidji, MN Northern Elementary Student Phenology Report
Bemidji, MN Apple Blossom Student Phenology Report
Grand Rapids, MN Student Phenology Report
Warba, MN Student Phenology Report
Two Harbors, MN Student Phenology Report
Carlton, MN Student Phenology Report
White Bear Lake, MN Student Phenology Report
Northfield, MN Student Phenology Report

Every Tuesday we hear from students across Minnesota as they send us their weekly Phenology Reports.  Included in this week's reports are the following comments from our intrepid nature reporters: 

"Hannah reports that at her country house there’s a little frozen over pond.  Last week she lay on the clear ice for an hour looking at little fish swimming, rocks, and green plants waving in the water.  She says it was like looking through glass into a giant aquarium."

"Angelina observed a snowshoe hare at her grandma’s and it was almost all white in color."

"Sean moved here from Florida a month ago and he didn’t believe until now that ice can form on the INSIDE of a window."

Click on the links to hear all our school reports!  If you are a teacher wanting to get involved in our Phenology program, send John Latimer an email and he'll get you set in the right direction. We love hearing from students and knowing they are passionate about the natural world we live in. 

What are you noticing outside? Send along your observations and questions about what you are noticing outside.  We'd love to hear from you. Email or give us a jingle and leave a message at 218.999.9876.   Join our KAXE-KBXE Season Watch Page on Facebook to connect with others in northern Minnesota! 

Phenology talkbacks are made possible by the members of Northern Community Radio and a grant from the U of MN NE Regional Sustainable Development Partnership.