Phenology is the study of nature’s cycles and how they depend upon and respond to each other. Nature lives by seasons and its calendar doesn’t always correspond with society’s, and it differs from one region to the next.
This log book is formatted to record events in nature for three years. There’s space in the table to record the event, such as the arrival of the first robin in spring or the blooming of dandelions, and the date it happens each year for easy comparison. Seven pages at the end of the log book are left blank for notes.
Genre: Notebook – Lined – Gardening
Observe Nature’s Calendar
Published: May 14, 2021
A Notebook to record nature as it happens.
Details: 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall, 120 pages (60 sheets), numbered pages, cream-coloured paper, soft cover.
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Not ready to buy the book but still want a table to record events? No worries. We’ve got that, too, in PDF. We’ve created a regular size page (8 1/2 by 11 inches) to print off. Stick them in a binder or slide them into a folder for safe keeping. Due to the large size, we added two more columns so data can be recorded for five years. Download the Phenology Single Sheet.
Author: Diana Tibert
Diana Tibert has been gardening for more than 40 years. Her garden is her happy place. She enjoys keeping track of what goes on during the seasons and uses this information to make her garden grow better.
Her first book Phenology Log Book – Observe Nature’s Calendar is an excellent tool to help track seasonal changes. It’s great for gardeners and anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world around them.
Tibert is also a long-time genealogist and former genealogy columnist. She’s created the Genealogy Workbook to help new genealogists gather the raw information that creates their family tree.