Weekly Photo Roundup: March 5 2017
Every Sunday I will be posting photos collected from various NCI graduate students and staff. Please enjoy this glimpse into our everyday lives here in the North Cascades.
Naturalists and graduate students prepare for a new season of Mountain School. Photo by Angela Burlile
Smokey Brine, the phenology graduate assistant, explains how she tracks the seasonal changes at various plots around the North Cascades Institute Environmental Learning Center. Photo by Angela Burlile
Mountain School instructors review the wolf debate, getting into character with the help of some fun costumes. Photo by Angela Burlile
Spring training wrapped up this week as naturalists and M.Ed. graduate students prepare for a new season of Mountain School. Together they reviewed curriculum, risk management protocol, new teamwork building activities, and more. On Monday, they will welcome Madison Elementary 5th graders, who will be attending Mountain School for their very first time!
Willow flower buds spotted on the road to Diablo. Photos by Dan Dubie
Beaked Hazelnut flowers blooming in Marblemount. Photos by Dan Dubie
Despite all the new snow this weekend, flowers are beginning to bloom down valley near Marblemount. While snow is projected for the rest of the week, we’re still hopeful for continuing signs of a new season.
Graduate students enjoying the fresh snow at Mt. Baker Ski Area. Photos by Kay Gallagher
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Title Photo by Angela Burlile