Phenology

Tuesday Mornings

Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  John Latimer shares his phenology notes on what he has been observing this week.

Ways to Connect

Sue Keeler via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch Facebook page

John Latimer gives a full, weekly phenology report every Tuesday.  Looking  back in his 30+ years of phenology journals, John compares old observations with what’s happening in the natural world today and connects that information with personal experiences of his own and others in the region. 

Angela Nistler via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Group

    Every day is special at Northern Community Radio. Tuesdays are special because we get to hear from our listeners about what they are noticing in the natural world.  Every Tuesday morning on the Phenology Show, resident phenologist John Latimer shares comments, observations and questions about the natural world that come from our listeners. 

Susan Hutchins via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Each week John Latimer takes a closer look at the changes in the natural world as they relate to climate.  This week's report includes the story behind this picture of a goshawk  flying off with a frozen grouse in its clench, a perplexing garter snake siting, white tail deer, pileated woodpeckers, mosquito eggs and more.  Click on the link to hear all the details!  

Long Lake Conservation Center

    

Phenology is the rhythmic biological events of nature as they relate to climate.  Each week, individuals and school groups call or write to our resident phenologist John Latimer with their observations.  Have you seen something peculiar going on outside?  We'd love to hear about it!  Leave a voice mail on our talkback line 218.999.9876, email comments@kaxe.org or email john directly at jlatimer@kaxe.org.  

Dean Squires KAXE-KBXE Season Watch Page on FB

Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate.  John Latimer has documented phenology notes each day for more than thirty years.  Every Tuesday he shares a phenology report connecting his notes from the past with current climate happenings.  

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