March wildlife highlights of a lovely meadow right at the heart of a busy city in New England…
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This Forest Exploration shed light on the many benefits of the snowpack (layered snow buildup) from temperature regulation to protection from predators.
Between April 30th and May 3rd, many cities all over the world will be collaborating worldwide to make the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people globally… And we’re participating. Join us!
In addition to the usual emphasis on ecology, this January’s Forest Exploration introduced an additional focus: geology.
Many of our discussions led to reading the forest floor, musing about it, as well as understanding the implications of what we were seeing onto the Fells habitat and its inhabitants. Each Forest exploration walk brings its load of wonders and this December Fell exploration wasn’t any different.
Summary ꙳ Objectives ▹ Winter is here, and if for the regions away from the tropics it often equates to harshness and cold, it is also a period for nature to pause and slow down. It’s a time where Life sleeps in dens, in buds and hidden places… Throughout history, humans have observed this seasonal milestone and […]
Last month, conditions were too parched to support much fungi life, but this Saturday we spotted pale False Deathcaps, Amber Jelly fungus…