Phenology Student Reports: 4/27/21
Kids give us hope! Nature gives us hope! Phenology Talkbacks celebrate both of those! Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Tuesday mornings we hear from kids as they share their observations of nature. This week we heard from kids all around the listening area and we even received an update from Tennessee!
Kids in Cohasset reported rain, snow and green grass!
Myles in Hill City gives a stellar report including march marigolds, mallards, and hunting for bigfoot and!
Leora and Tucker in Pike Lake note dandelions, bald eagles and mosquitos!
Micah reports frogs, grouse and woodpeckers at North Shore Elementary!
Emily and CJ in Baxter noted cowslips, juneberries and frozen maple buds!
And Lochlan and Grant submitted a report of tulip poplars in Tennessee this week!
What have you seen outside?!
Don't hesitate to send along your observations! We'd love to hear from you.
If you are a teacher who would like more information about the Phenology Curriculum, email John, we'd love to have your students involved!
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