Author: Mason, Bloomington Lutheran School
Location: Savage, MN in a window
Weather: It had just finished rainig and was about 56 degrees
I was out doing yard work when i saw a big orange dot moving around on a web and it turned out to be a Marble Orb Spider. Also later in the day i saw a grasshopper disguised as a leaf.
Author: Tia, Great River School
Weather: really windy, dry and chilly
The wind was causing the loose dirt and dead leaves to fly all over the place. The ground is so hard there are grooves in the soil. Spiders have their rocks surrounding the gardens. The plants are still green but they're slowly fading,some have snapped in the wind and have turned a brown/grayish tint.
Author: Paige, Bloomington Lutheran School
Location: My backyard
Weather: very windy, about 65 degrees
The leaves on the trees are changing colors already. All the animals are getting ready for hibernation.
Author: Lucy, Great River School
Location: East of Lake Como
Weather: Very cloudy, misty rain, 65 degrees F
This tree is about ten meters tall I think. It has thick rough bark and medium sized almond shaped leaves. The leaves are dark green with many holes probably because of some sort of insect, however there are no insects to be seen. There are a few clumps of yellow leaves through out the tree. It has very full branches and there are not many leaves on the ground.
Author: Kaitlyn, MetroTech Career Academy
Location: Outside our school building in front
Weather: Temperature, about 55 degrees. Sunny.
Implications number 5 about Native species are very likely to face increasing threats from rapidly changing climate conditions, pests, diseases, and invasive species moving in from warmer regions affects me because birds eat off the bushes with the with berries on them. The berries have seeds in them and when they eat the berries they poop all the seeds out right away. So then they seeds spread everywhere and grow more of the bushes with berries.
Author: Zarnell, MetroTech Career Academy
Location: my school
Weather: cloudy look very cold bout 40f
there was signs of nature like flys,spiders,bees
there was no birds or insects out
the leaves color were red,green,and yellow
Author: Latasha, New Beginnings
Location: peeper meadow.
Weather: temp hi 57 lo 46 cloudy sunrise 7:01 sun set 7:09
my observation was focused on trying to identify a bug i never seen but no luck so i turn my focus on a couple of bee"s getting necktor from a flower then some goose in a pond it was a good experence to have taken these great pictures i was excited to have been in such a peaceful place in peeper meadow.
Author: Meagan, New Beginnings
Location: peeper meadow
Weather: high of 57 low of 46
CLOSE UP picture: milky thistle weed dead and dried up
FAR AWAY: red bunh of laves on plants surrounded by the still livley and green surrounding tres and plants
Author: Naughtae, MetroTech Career Academy
Location: OUT SIDE OF METROTECH CAREER ACADEMY
Weather: SUNNY CLAER NICE WARM TEMP 81F HUMIDITY 49%
I SAW SUN FLOWERE THEY LOOK REALLY PRETTY IN THE LIGHT AND I SAW THE OUT AND INSIDE OF A MILK WEED INSIDE OF IT IS SO SOFT IT REMINDS ME OF THE TEXTURE OF SILK SORDA AND THE SUN WAS NICE BRIGHT AND HOT THAT DAY WAS A REALLY GOOD DAY
Author: Meagan, New Beginnings
Location: road new begninngs
Weather: Partly cloudy, wind sunny rained all day yesterday
furry/ feather like
shades of browns