Phenology Students

Debbie Center via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

 

 

Tuesdays are special at Northern Community Radio and when school is in session, we are even more jazzed than normal because young phenologists across Minnesota call in their classroom phenology reports.  This week we heard about turkeys and chipmunks and snake, oh my!  

Tyler in Ely had an incredible quote in addition to his report that he saw a European bellflower growing up thru a sidewalk crack.  In response to his sighting he stated, "Nature seems to always win in the end."  Sage words from one or our insightful, young phenologists!

Phenology Student Reports: October 15, 2019

Oct 16, 2019

 

Tuesdays are special at Northern Community Radio and when school is in session, we are even more jazzed than normal because young phenologists across Minnesota call in their classroom phenology reports.  

This week we heard from kids in Ely, Virginia, Effie, Kelliher, Blackberry, Two Harbors, Hill City and Northfield.  The kids were incredibly observant this week!  They noted bears, loons, turkey vultures, milkweed seeds, wolves and snowflakes among many other interesting sightings.  

Katie Carter

 

Tuesdays are special at Northern Community Radio and when school is in session, we are even more jazzed than normal because young phenologists across Minnesota call in their classroom phenology reports.  

This week we heard from kids in Ely, Cherry, Shevlin, Blackberry,  Two Harbors, Hill City and Northfield!  Wow!  Snakes, moose, leaves falling, bluebirds, bald eagles and even a guy tuning up his snowblower are all included in these phenololgy reports!  Awesome data collection by kiddos this week! 

Catie Belleveau via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

 

Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  Every week John Latimer takes a close look at the blooms and changes happening while considering how the timing measures up to past years in his Phenology Report.  In this week's report, John discusses the timing of leaves changing color, the flowers that are still in bloom and much more. 

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