Tag Archives: cones

Birds, Cones, and Climate

Some birds have very unpredictable winter ranges. One of these, the pine siskin, primarily eats seeds, and in many winters can be found throughout the boreal forests of Canada and the northern United States, where it eats the seeds of … Continue reading

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Initial results: Cones

Whether or not it’s possible to track cones on trees using the landscape images we have in Season Spotter is one of the questions that I’ve felt least certain about. It’s definitely possible to see cones on trees if you’re … Continue reading

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Seedheads and cones

‘Can you see grass seedheads?’ ‘Are cones visible on the trees?’ These are probably the most difficult questions we ask on Season Spotter Questions. We ask these questions because the production of seeds is one of the key events in … Continue reading


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