Nature

Marilyn Lee via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

 

We hear from listeners and school kids across northern Minnesota every week when they submit their phenology observations. The school year is done and we're already lamenting the upcoming loss of our weekly classroom reports.   The students have done such an incredible job of documenting and reporting their nature observations this year.  We've loved all of it!  Hopefully some of the kids will continue to connect with us over the summer. 

Angela Nistler via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

 

We hear from listeners and school kids across northern Minnesota every week when they submit their phenology observations and we look forward to airing their findings every Tuesday.  The school year is winding down and we're already lamenting the upcoming loss of our weekly classroom reports.   The students have done a stellar job of documenting and reporting their nature observations this year.  We've loved all of it!  Hopefully some of the kids will continue to connect with us over the summer. 

Elissa Gallien via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  Every Tuesday morning, our resident Phenologist John Latimer gathers his phenological data and reports his findings in the weekly Phenology Report.

As always, we love to hear what our listeners are noticing out in nature.  Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place.  You can also send an email directly to John.  Either way, we want to hear from you!

John Latimer

Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  Every Tuesday morning, our resident Phenologist John Latimer gathers his phenological data and reports his findings in the weekly Phenology Report.

As always, we love to hear what our listeners are noticing out in nature.  Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place.  You can also send an email directly to John.  Either way, we want to hear from you!

Katie Carter

 

We hear from school kids across our listening area every week when they submit their phenology observations and we look forward to airing their findings every Tuesday.  The school year is winding down and we're already lamenting the upcoming loss of our weekly classroom reports.   The students have done a stellar job of documenting and reporting their nature observations this year.  We've loved all of it!  Hopefully some of the kids will continue to connect with us over the summer. 

https://www.newsociety.com/Books/R/Renewal

Andres R. Edwards joined us this morning to talk about his new book Renewal:  How Nature Awakens Our Creativity, Compassion and Joy. 

John Latimer

 

Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  Every Tuesday morning, our resident Phenologist John Latimer gathers his phenological data and reports his findings in the weekly Phenology Report.

As always, we love to hear what our listeners are noticing out in nature.  Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place.  You can also send an email directly to John.  Either way, we want to hear from you and find out what you are discovering!

Elissa Gallien via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

 

Spring is such a perfect time to be a phenologist! Every week we hear from Minnesota student phenologists as they share what they've been observing outside. Bears, osprey, and snakes, oh my! So many awesome observations this week!  

Ian from Minnepolis

  Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  Every Tuesday morning, our resident Phenologist John Latimer gathers his phenological data and reports his findings in the weekly Phenology Report.

As always, we love to hear what our listeners are noticing out in nature.  Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place.  You can also send an email directly to John.  Either way, we want to hear from you!

Apple Blossom Nature School

“In diligently recording our sightings, I realize that I often forget to pause and reflect on the beauty of this peculiar hobby.  The natural world is vastly more wild and strange and wonderful than my best phenological notes will ever capture. And there is some irony that in observing the natural biological rhythms of nature, my own secret destiny is staring right back at me. How fortunate we are to share in the ancient conversation together, thru your phenology report.  Bring on the warblers.” 

– Ian, Minneapolis-based phenologist

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