Tuesday Morning Show

Harry and John Latimer talked warblers (among other things!) on today's A Talk on the Wildside. 

WARBLERS IN FALL:  THEIR PATTERNS AND PLUMAGE

Lorrene Maroney via Season Watch

  Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate.   Several school groups reached out to our phenologist John Latimer this week with reports of all kinds of natural wonders including king fishers, eggs hatching and even snakes.  There is so much going on out in the natural world this time of year. It's a fantastic time to be out and about taking note of all the changes going on!

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This February we made a pact with each other.  We would read more.  And did we ever!  The Northern Community Radio reading community is amazing - Tammy Bobrowsky will be adding up the totals and compiling the lists, but until then you can check out the What We're Reading facebook page and look at the bookshelf of these February reads on GoodReads

Dallas Clell Hudson via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

  

John Latimer's Phenology Show  is one way Northern Community Radio connects listeners with the northwoods in which we live.  It's one way we connect listeners to each other, as well.  Every Tuesday we hear from classrooms and regular folks reporting the subtle changes they notice in nature.  

Phenology Report

Feb 15, 2017
Bill Marshall via KAXE-KBXE Season Watch FB Page

Owls, cardinals and snow scorpion flies, oh my!  Phenology is the rhythmic biological events of nature as they relate to climate.  Our resident phenologist John Latimer looks back at his phenology notes and compares them to what he's been seeing in the past week in this segment of the Phenology Show.  

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