Partners of the Burlington Phenology Guild and over 20 participants gathered this past Saturday at Rock Point School to commence their year of monthly meetings, Naturalists, observers…budding phenologists will gather on the second Saturday of each month to observe the seasonal changes at Rock Point. RP is an amazing site just to hand out at—and a rich and wonderful site to observe the changing natural world. There is large acreage of woods, open fields and some interesting old buildings….and as if that wasn’t enough–it is on the shores of Lake Champlain!
We spent some time indoors hearing from Teage about how we can find the stories of places by making observations and finding evidence of patterns in the landscape. We went outside and he shared with us the special place in the woods where he holds Crows Path–an amazing after school program for young folks.
Participants share their EVIDENCE of changes in the landscape!
It was great to be outside and learn from and with each other!
We look forward to gathering again in February. Attached are the phenology resources posted in January!