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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 8 May, 1832-1862.

Current Columbia County Phenological Events for 2015: Lots happening, but not so many ‘first time sightings’, Spring has definitely arrived. Here is the historical phenology report from the ‘Progress of the Seasons Project’ (hvfarmscape.org/seasons) for May 8. Story Behind the … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 7 May, 1832-1862.

Current Columbia County Phenological Events for 2015: Canada Violet seen in flower. Here is the historical phenology report from the ‘Progress of the Seasons Project’ (hvfarmscape.org/seasons) for May 7. Story Behind the Headlines: This is a corrected and revised ‘re-publication’ … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 6 May, 1832-1862.

Current Columbia County Phenological Events for 2015: Yellow Warblers and Hummingbirds are back. Cherry flowering in New Lebanon. Fern fiddleheads unrolling. Here is the historical phenology report from the ‘Progress of the Seasons Project’ (hvfarmscape.org/seasons) for May 6. The Story … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 5 May, 1832-1862.

Current Columbia County Phenological Events for 2015: Pine Elfins were flying at the Greenport Town Park with past weekend and Bluebells in bloom in the wild plant garden, else nothing new has come to our attention, which only means we … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 2-4 May, 1832-1862.

Current Columbia County Phenological Events for 2015: Oven Birds settling down in Greenport Conservation Area. Rue Anemone flowering abundantly. Oriole in New Lebanon. Shadbush starting to flower in our hedges. Hobblebush flowering just across the border in Mt. Washington, MA. … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 1 May, 1832-1862.

Current Phenological Events for 2015: American Toads in full swing in Sheffield MA pond, Cabbage Whites in Chatham, Mayflies flying at a Claverack pond. Here is the historical phenology report of the ‘Progress of the Seasons Project’ for May 1. … Continue reading

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Progress of the Seasons Journal: 30 April, 1832-1862.

Current Phenological Events for 2015: We were down in Westchester County yesterday and just want to confirm that Spring has indeed arrived down there: Sassafras, Service Berry, Sugar Maple, Norway Maple, Oaks, Cherries, Shepherd’s Purse, Dandelions all in Flower; Red … Continue reading

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