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Dawn at the Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research Site in New Mexico highlights a patchwork of grasses and herbaceous plants.
This week has been abysmally cool and wet in Massachusetts. Buds are eager to burst into leaves as soon as we have a little warmth at Harvard Forest. Here the imminent green of new spring leaves vibrates against the orange … Continue reading
A turkey vulture takes a rest on in front of the new NEON PhenoCam at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) in Maryland.
Trees are putting out leaves at Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in North Carolina.
Our lunar PhenoCam helps us track seasons on the moon. Because of the minor tilt in the moon’s axis (only about 1.5 degrees), seasonal change on the moon is subtle and hard to measure with on-the-ground methods.
The still waters of Lake Crescent in early spring reflect the surrounding hills and mountains in Olympic National Park, Washington.
With all the different colors, it might look like fall. But this is a spring picture taken at the University of Michigan Biological Station in May of last year. Note the yellowish color of the new leaves as they unfold.
Spring leaves start emerging at Bartlett Forest in New Hampshire.
Boreal tundra greens up in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
The fog over Mirror Lake at the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study in New Hampshire gives this scene the feel of something out of a fantasy novel.