Phenology Talkbacks: March 28, 2017

Mar 28, 2017

We heard from students and adults from all over our listening area this week.  It's an exciting time in northern Minnesota and evidence of Spring is all around us!  The sap is running, the ice is cracking and morning cloak butterflies have arrived.  Reports of active wildlife abound - chipmunks, coyotes, muskrats, golden eyes,  hooded mergansers and a rooster that crowed 68 times in a row are just a few assurances that our weather is changing! 

We love hearing about what you are seeing and doing out in nature!  From kids tapping the maple trees on the school grounds to adults taking notice of moths in their headlights, we can't get enough of the phenology reports coming our way!  Thanks to every one who reached out this week.  Way to be observant!  

What have you noticed? Send us an email or leave us a voicemail on our talkback line 218.99.9876.  

Also, you can always follow along with what people are witnessing by joining our Season Watch Group on Facebook.  We'd love to see you there!