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Jacob Mulder
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Is it the Beginning or the End?
Observations It was a very hot day out in the meadow today with temperatures close to the 80s. I should have brought along a water bottle, so I walked around the edge making use of the old deer beds underneath the trees in the nice shade. Tucked into the au...

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Will to Survive
Observations I missed the rain by only a few hours. But, it was humid and
in the mid-70s. Bea Balm is almost all gone but the few spots within the
meadow. There were still familiar signs of the animals that I have seen there
before. The groundhog’s hole was...

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Summer Heat
Observations   After being here for about a month, summer heat has finally reached northern Indiana. JR's Meadow has also felt the heat in the past couple of days because it has started turning yellow. Patches of Bea Balm have survived by the there is plent...

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Invasion
Observations July has been a cold month and today most have been the coldest at around 60. One of the trees creaked as I walked by it, making me aware of the strong wind that blew through the meadow. The sun’s rays barely made it to the ground through the c...

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Summer Passing By
Observations It was a cooler day out in the meadow. The breeze would bend the heads of the grasses down but they would always resume their full upright attention. Clouds were blocking the sun making the temperate stay in the upper 60s. Wild bergamot is stil...

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The Dance of the Insects
Observations    The trek into the meadow was through a dense matt of grasses and, the ever lovely, poison ivy creeped up to meet the sun. Although the weeds and flowers were not the concern of the day. The bees were in full buzz on the warm eighty degree da...

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The Dance of the Insects
Observations    The trek into the meadow was through a dense matt of grasses and, the ever lovely, poison ivy creeped up to meet the sun. Although the weeds and flowers were not the concern of the day. The bees were in full buzz on the warm eighty degree da...
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