• Posts tagged with spring

    Field Guide to May 2022

    Field Guide to May 2022

    Trees are leafing out, and newly arrived migrant birds are dripping from branches. Insects are emerging and pollinating blossoming flowers. Discover all the sights May has to offer with our Field Guide.

    Field Guide to April 2022

    Field Guide to April 2022

    April brings a burst of life to the rugged Vermont landscape. From bees to crayfish, life is on the move. Here’s our guide to some of the joys of April.

    Field Guide to March 2022

    Field Guide to March 2022

    With the weather warming and the ground thawing, spring is in the air, and Vermont is waking up! Kick-off your month with flowing sap, thawing frogs, and heated flowers. You can read all about it in this month’s Field Guide.

    Field Guide to May 2021

    Field Guide to May 2021

    Bees buzzing, birds migrating, lady beetles emerging from hibernation, and so much more! Celebrate the spectacle of spring phenology in this Field Guide to May.

    Field Guide to April 2021

    Field Guide to April 2021

    Migrating birds, blooming flowers, and (of course) mud season. April in Vermont is upon us, and spring is here! Find out what’s happening outside in your Field Guide to April.

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    Mammal Big Year: Winter Update

    Mammals are on the move, and Pete Kerby-Miller is tracking them. Find out what they found in this Mammal Big Year Winter Update!

    Discover the Bees in Your Backyard this Spring

    Discover the Bees in Your Backyard this Spring

    Spencer Hardy, VCE’s Vermont Wild Bee Survey Project Coordinator, shares a video from the field, and how you can get involved in the Vermont Wild Bee Survey.

    VCE Awarded 2018 TechGrant

    VCE Awarded 2018 TechGrant

    VCE’s scientists continually seek to incorporate emerging technologies to enhance their data gathering and analysis capabilities, and thanks to a generous 2018 TechGrant award from the TechFoundation, VCE’s Vernal Pool Monitoring Project will benefit from such a technological boost.

    From Barely a Peep to a Cacophony

    From Barely a Peep to a Cacophony

    It’s a warm spring evening. The sun has set. Down in the valley, there is a chorus erupting, and up…

    VCE Expands Vernal Pool Conservation Work

    VCE Expands Vernal Pool Conservation Work

    VCE is bringing its biodiversity mapping skills to the conservation of vernal pools across the Northeast. With a major grant…