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Spring leaves start emerging at Bartlett Forest in New Hampshire. Advertisements
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.
I love this time series from the camera in Amador County, California. Not only is it perfectly steady (hurrah!), but it captures some beautiful changes in the vegetation over the seasons. It’s almost like artwork. Here’s what a single (spring) … Continue reading
The panels I wrote about on Wednesday act as occasional perches for our feathered friends. On Monday, a belted kingfisher surveyed a marsh in Sapelo Island Wildlife Management area in Georgia, USA.
At 71 degrees latitude, our PhenoCam near Barrow, Alaska, is our most northern one. In deep winter, the sun never gets above the horizon, rendering all our images a bit dim, and highlighting wind-swept patterns in the snow.
In just two days, snow transforms the greens and oranges of Sequoia National Park in California to white.