Phenology Students

Mark Morrissey via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Every week John takes an indepth look at the subtle changes happening outside as the seasons move thru their cycles.   This week, among other things, he explains the differences between the bigtooth aspen and the tembling aspen and he gives listeners an opportunity to hear the calls of the wood frogs and spring peepers! 

Get out and enjoy the wonder outside and then connect with us to let us know what you are noticing!  Call 218-999-9876 or email your observations!  We'd love to hear from you! 

Angela Nistler via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Every week John takes an indepth look at the subtle changes happening outside as the seasons move thru their cycles.   This week he reports on the vast  changes happening outside!  Get out and enjoy it and then connect with us to let us know what you are noticing!  Call 218-999-9876 or email your observations!  We'd love to hear from you! 

John Latimer

Eagles, bears, butterflies, baby turtles, and crocus flowers... spring is happening!  These reports are full of hope that warmer days are ahead! 

Don't hesitate to send your observations in via email or phone call 218-999-9876. Don't forget to join our Season Watch Facebook page, too.  We think you'll find it's one of the best places on the web!

School Reports: 

Northern Sun Farms in Shevlin:

 

Kelliher School Report:

Michelle Martin, Prairie Creek Community School

One thing that connects us all and gives us all kinds of good feels is the beauty of nature right outside.  What a wonderful treat to continue receiving school phenology reports even though kids aren't attending school as they were just one week ago.  We are so grateful to get these reports from the kids! A ray of sunshine on a cloudy day, that is for sure.  

Debbie Center via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Taking time to contemplate what is happening in nature is one of the many aspects of Northern Community Radio that sets us apart from any other radio station.  Each day we bring you a phenology note when our resident phenologist John Latimer shares a note from his more than 35 years of personal journals documenting climate and nature data collection.  Each Tuesday he digs even deeper with the weekly Phenology Report.  

 

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