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Phenology Monitoring at McDowell Sonoran Preserve

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Monitoring seasonal changes in selected plant and animal species

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Phenology is the study of recurring plant and animal life cycle stages, or
"phenophases," such as leafing, flowering, breeding, and migration.

Be part of a team who monitors up to 6 plant species (saguaro, buckhorn cholla,
jojoba, mesquite, desert senna, and soaptree yucca) within the Preserve over a 3-
year time period to assess the impact of climate change on plant phenology. The
monitoring is completed at one of Jane Rao, Bajada, or Kovach Nature Trails

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Ticket Required: No

Minimum Age: 13

Languages: English

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