While our in-person community programs may currently be closed, we’ve been busy hatching new ideas to explore the world around us together and are excited to announce our new series, Phenology Friday! Each week, one of IslandWood’s educators will be sharing a phenological highlight. Watch the video of their explorations and then share your own observations with us using #PhenologyFriday! Learn more here.
We tend to think of phenology as happening on the land, but the ocean has its own fascinating seasonal changes to explore.
In this edition of #PhenologyFriday, IslandWood docents Sharon and Paul Pegany take a look at some of the creatures found at low tide at Foulweather Bluff Preserve – including a species whose predator also happens to be its cousin.
We want to hear from you! What seasonal changes have you been noticing in the natural world lately? Share with us in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn using the hashtag #PhenologyFriday!