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USA National Phenology Network
April 24, 2017
The National Phenology Database, which contains records submitted through USA-NPN's Nature's Notebook program, as well as historical cloned lilac data, has reached 10 million phenology records. Each record is a response to a question about phenology activity for a particular plant or animal species on a unique day and time, by a unique observer. Read more in this story in UA News. We invite you to explore the data or become a Nature's Notebook observer to help to grow the database!
Nature's Notebook campaigns are a great way to learn about the phenology of species of special interest, and see how the timing of their phenology changes over time. By collecting data for these campaigns, you also contribute to important scientific research! This year we have a new campaign, Nectar Connectors, that focuses on species of special importance to pollinators. Visit the individual campaign pages to find out how to participate.