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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-30 Grizzly Landscape

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-29 Moose Calves

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-28 Swainson's Hawk

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-27 Pronghorn Battle

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-26 Mule Deer

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-25 Goldeneye Ducklings

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-24 Teton Landscape

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-23 Yellow Warbler

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-22 Lupines and Bumblebee

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-21 House Wren

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-20 Yellowstone Falls Landscape

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-19 Bison

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-18 Great Gray Owl

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-17 Elk and Landscape

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-16 Ansel Adams Landscape

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-15 Coyote

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-14 Trumpeter Swan

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-13 Sunflowers and Tetons

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-12 Fox Kits

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-11 Bull Moose

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The Yellowstone Phenology Project: 6-10 Hot Springs

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Spring: A Month of Photographs!

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Phenology: the study of cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, especially in relation to climate and plant and animal life.
Today marks the one month celebration of the Yellowstone Phenology Project! According to analytics, The Green Man has seen much more traffic this month than ever before, and I want to thank all of you for making that happen. Please continue to share these links on FB and other social media, and please subscribe to this blog using the email box on the sidebar!

To celebrate the success of this project, here are some video highlights from this month. Enjoy!











It has been a fun challenge to produce diverse and interesting photographs that represent the fast-paced seasonal change here in the Northern Rockies. Today I wanted to recap the amazing month that we've had here. Snow has melted off in the valleys and mid-elevations. fledglings, pups, calves, and fawns are being welcomed into the world by healthy, happy parents. The landscape has changed from a dull brown to…