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USA National Phenology Network
July 5, 2017
We've recently added a new feature to the USA-NPN Visualization Tool. Activity Curves plot annual patterns of the timing and magnitude of phenological activity, based on proportion of “yes” records, animal abundances per hour and other metrics. Data are summarized at a weekly, biweekly or monthly scale for one or more sites, for up to two species, phenophases, or years.
If you live in Southeastern Arizona, you can help the US Fish & Wildlife Service document flowering of agave and saguaro cactus during the spring and summer flowering periods, an effort called Flowers for Bats. This information will be used by the FWS to conserve and promote habitat for lesser long-nosed bats. Observers in other areas can visit the Nature's Notebook campaigns page to find out how to participate in other campaigns.