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Monday, March 12, 2012

Sandhill Cranes

...flying low and calling out to our that pre-language part of our brains that still understand crane trumpet!
They're back!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Naomi,

    Great blog! You're right, phenology info is so valuable for scientific discovery. I thought you might be interested in something....

    The USA National Phenology Network has an online citizen science program called Nature's Notebook that I thought you might be interested in...

    www.usanpn.org

    HOW CITIZEN SCIENCE PROGRAM NATURE'S NOTEBOOK WORKS
    Amateur and professional naturalists from all over the country can choose plants or animals to observe regularly. You simply enter your observations into our database so that researchers can access it. Plus, the online system makes it easy to organize your observations, you can map your observations and see trends with visualization tools and more.

    I think you'd really enjoy participating. Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions. Have a great day!

    Cheers,
    Echo Surina
    (520) 622-0363
    echo@usanpn.org

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