03 de junio de 2019

A collection version of this project is available

For the "modern" version of this project, go to the Baltimore Woods Fen Complex collection project. Because the Project Checklist is only available here in this traditional version, this project will be retained, and a link to the checklist will be provided in the new collection project.

This project (Baltimore Woods Fen Biota) is being repurposed to just just contain observations in the fens themselves, not the upland between.

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13 de mayo de 2019

In fact many new posts

The Rich Sloping Fens at the Baltimore Woods Nature Center are being fenced in to protect them from white-tailed deer. The fence perimeter will be about 2100 feet (enclosing 5.5 acres), and it will be about seven feet high. The new banner photograph for this project shows a view of Fen #1 from the bottom looking up between newly-installed fence posts. The fence cables are barely visible in the pictures, and the mesh fencing material has not yet been attached.

This iNaturalist project (Baltimore Woods Fen Biota) will be used to record observations made within the deer exclosure, regardless of whether the subject is considered to be a natural fen dweller or not. In fact, the majority of the enclosed area consists of upland deciduous forest, which lies between the fens. The wetlands within the fence (most of which have been classified as fens) comprise about one acre, so there are about 4 acres of forested upland within the fence. The fenced area will be monitored for ecological changes during the lifespan of the fence.

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