Winter transitions into spring in March. Galoshes replace snow boots, ice houses exit lakes, and the first blooms peak through. Below are some entries from our Jim Gilbert’s Phenology Archives to help you compare months from one year to another. What else is happening this month?
For years, Minnesota naturalist and author Jim Gilbert recorded seasonal happenings in his phenology reports. Looking back at these reports, we can make educated guesses at what we can expect in the month ahead. Take a look at our archive of Jim Gilbert’s Phenology reports.
And make sure to pick up our March/April 2023 Bird’s-Eye View Newsletter. Learn about feeding birds in small spaces, House Wrens, staff picks, plus Chirps and Seasonal Notes!