Northern Community Radio presents Phenology
Summary: Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate.
This week in the Phenology Report , resident phenologist John Latimer takes listeners on a bit of an adventure. In just a few minutes, we hear him imitate the call of a saw-whet owl, learn why it's troubling to see a bat at this time of year, listen to the cardinal's song, find out about porcupines in trees and coyotes' howls, and discover the subtle clues eagles and ravens have for us in terms of our season change. And that's just a sampling of this full report! All kinds of activity out in
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. This week, we heard from kids at North Shore Community School and Roosevelt Elementary School. From the Big Dipper in the clear night sky to snowshoe hare tracks in the snow and pink sunrises, these kids are
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. If you have comments or questions about phenology, send us an email or leave us a voicemail at 218.999.9876. If you want to keep up with what other people in the listening area are noticing outside,
Phenology Talkbacks happen every Tuesday at Northern Community Radio. It's the time in our week when we compile and share the comments, questions and observations about nature that listeners send our way. This week we heard from several astute youngsters around the listening area. We're impressed with these kids' observation skills! What have you noticed out in nature these days? We would love to hear about it! Email your comments to the station or directly to John Latimer , give us a call and
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. This week he talks about wolves, fox and coyotes preparing for mating season, a recent hiking trip to Sax-Zim Bog where he observed a variety of birds including evening grosbeaks, chickadees, and woodpeckers,
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. Wolves, deer, birds attacking a mink, honeysuckle branches undergoing seasonal changes, a deer running around with a mostly torn off leg, a skunk and birds
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! Love watching and hearing about what's going on outside? You'd love our Season Watch group on Facebook . Our season watch group is an
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email john directly at email@example.com. Interested in getting your classroom involved in phenology reporting? Email John at jlatimer
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. What are you noticing outside? We'd love to hear about it! Leave a voicemail on our talkback line 218.999.9876, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or directly to john at email@example.com or send a handwritten note to 260 NE
Hearing from our listeners is our favorite! Each Tuesday we share the phenology related comments, questions and reports from people just like you - regular people who look around and take notice while outside. Have you noticed something unique happening outside related to climate? Tell us about it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our talkback line and leave a message at 218.999.9876. Want to get your classroom engaged in phenology reporting? Send our resident phenologist John Latimer an email at
John Latimer, our resident phenologist, is passionate about nature. He's been documenting the subtle biological events of nature as they relate to climate for more than 30 years. Click on the link to hear his full phenology report for this week! Pussy willows, barred owls eating voles, and scat trails are just a few of the highlights of this full report! KAXE-KBXE hosts a dynamic Facebook group page called KAXE-KBXE Season Watch. It's a great group to join if you are interested in seasonal
John Latimer has been noting the subtle changes in the natural world for more than 30 years. Every Tuesday John compares what is happening today to what his historical notes document. In this 2nd full report of the new year, we learn about the Christmas Bird Count wrap up in Isabella, MN as well as behaviors barred owls and white breasted nuthatches and a host of other intriguing observations out in these northwoods of northern Minnesota. You can get involved in our phenology community by
Our resident phenologist John Latimer has been documenting the subtle changes in nature he notices each day for more than 30 years. He shares a full phenology report with our listeners each Tuesday morning connecting what he's noticing currently with what he finds in his notes from years gone by. Love phenology? Join our Season Watch Group on Facebook ! People are posting videos and images every day of cool things they see out in the natural world. Check it out!
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. John Latimer has kept meticulous phenology notes for the past 30+ years. Each Tuesday, he shares what he's noticed recently and cross references that information with the data he has collected over the years. This week's report includes fox, a variety of animal tracks and an explanation of why one might have seen a skunk sneaking around last week. In addition to the full, weekly, Tuesday report, you can year John's short