Phenology Talkbacks: 10/05/21
Student observations from around the area
Tuesdays are special at KAXE/KBXE. It’s the day we celebrate Phenology - the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Every week our resident phenologist John Latimer gathers messages from listeners in regard to what they are noticing outside. During the school year things get wildly more exciting when we hear from students all around the listening area as they send in their observations and questions!
What are you noticing outside? We’d love to hear about it! If you are a teacher interested in getting our phenology program going in your classroom, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 218-999-9876!
If you love that a program like the Phenology Show exists in the world, ensure its future with a contribution to Northern Community Radio!
We were gifted with several stellar classroom reports this week!
Baudette students report includes skunks and spiderwebs!
Hill City students estimate percentage of color change and leaf loss!
Cohasset kids noticed a change in the tamaracks and absence of hummingbirds and dragonflies!
Kids in Proctor are learning to love spiders!
North Shore Elementary kids report fall mushrooms and stargazing.