First Nature Walk

I went for a run for about forty minutes for my nature walk. I ran out past the Chestnut Hill reservoir toward the Brookline reservoir. However, I turned onto Heath street and went past Pine Manor. After this, I turned onto Hammond street and made my way back to campus. Along the way, I documented different plants and animals. The weather on my walk was sunny and surprisingly warm. I went with a few friends and we enjoyed the sun and different sights along the way. On my way down Beacon Street, I was surprised by a blue jay perching on the fence along campus. Unfortunately, I scared him off before I could snap a picture. However, that was definitely my favorite observation of the excursion. One crazy thing I noticed was how different the biodiversity was within such a small area. While I noticed mostly small, low bushes surrounding the reservoir, the landscape immediately changed as I ran back by Pine Manor college which was full of larger trees that appeared to have been around for quite some time.

Publicado por gepetrick gepetrick, 29 de septiembre de 2022

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Margaritas, Estrelladas Y Parientes (Tribu Astereae)

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Morera Asiática (Morus alba)

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Roble Común (Quercus robur)

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Ardilla Listada del Este Americano (Tamias striatus)

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Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)

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