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  1. Ecology By: Tanner and Matt

  2. Fox Park Pond On the first day we got to Mindflight, we went to Fox Park pond. Fox Park pond is a pond where we caught animals in the water. Fax Park pond is a pond that was made by humans. Some of the things we saw were crawfish, fish, frogs, bugs, flies, Daphnia, Bosnina, Cyclopond, grass, and Scuds. Some of the Abiotic things we saw at Fox Park Pond were water, rock, air, mud, sun, and sand. The pH of the pond was 5, and the temperature of the pond was 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Fox Park Pond: pH: 5 Temp: 80 degrees Biotic: Crawfish, fish, frogs, bugs, flies, Daphina, Bosnina, Cyclopond, Scuds Abiotic: water, rock, air, mud, sand, Personal Reflection: We had a lot of fun but we got eaten by the flies.

  3. Rattle Snake Mountain On the second day, we went to Rattle Snake Mountain. The hike up the mountain was mostly up hill. During the hike some of the biotic things we saw were squirrels, toads, horse and deer flies, trees: Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Striped maple. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were rocks, air, water, mud, sand, and sun. On the top of the mountain there was a mud/water piece of land. The pH of the pool of mud/ water was 4 and the temperature was 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The pool of mud was formed by bust balls collecting in between two rocks. Then water gets caught there and things grow making more biotic material. Rattle Snake Mountain: pH: 4 Temp: 80 degrees Biotic: Toad, horse and deer flies, trees: Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Striped maple Abiotic: rocks, air, water, mud, sand, and sun Personal Reflection: The hike was straight up most of the time. The view from the top was amazing!

  4. Baker River Right after going to Rattlesnake Mountain, we went to Baker River. Baker River was not hot but it felt good. Some of the biotic things we saw were Toad, horse and deer flies, trees: Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, and Striped maple. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were rocks, air, water, mud, sand, and sun. The pH of the Baker River is 4.5 and the temperature was 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Baker River: pH: 4.5 Temp: 78 degrees Biotic: Crawfish, flies, fish, trees: Yellow Birch, red maple, sugar maple, hemlock, spruce, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple Abiotic: air, water, mud, rocks, sand Personal Reflection: The water was cool but felt good because it was so hot. It was fun to jump off the rock into the water.

  5. Walter Newton pond On the third day, we went to Walter Newton or Rainbow Falls. Some of the biotic things we saw were bugs, plankton, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple. Some the Abiotic things we saw were water, rocks, sand, air, and mud. The pH of Walter Newt on pond was 5 and the temperature was 78 degrees Fahrenheit Walter Newton pond: pH: 5 Temp: 78 Biotic: bugs, plankton, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple Abiotic: water, rocks, sand, air, mud Personal Reflection The small hike was easy and was worth it.

  6. Walter Newton Water Falls • Walter Newton waterfall stream: • pH: 5 • Temp: 64 • Biotic: Minos, frogs, toads, moss, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple • Abiotic: water, rock, sand, mud, air • Personal Reflection: The stream off the waterfall was very cold and not very deep but was fun to try to catch fish. After going to the Walter Newton Pond we went to Walter Newton stream. Some of the biotic thing we saw was Minos, frogs, toads, moss, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were water, rock, sand, mud, and air. The pH was 5 and the temperature was 64 degrees Fahrenheit.

  7. Livermore Livermore: pH: 5 Temp: 76 Biotic: Insects, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple Abiotic: Rock, water, air, sand, mud Personal Reflection: The water felt good because it was so got the water cooled are senses down. • After going to the Walter Newton stream, we went to Livermore. Some of the biotic things we saw were Insects, Yellow birch, red maple, sugar maple, beach, hemlock, Witch hazel, white birch, Stripe maple. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were rock, water, air, sand, mud. The pH of Livermore was 5 and the temperature was 74 degrees Fahrenheit.

  8. Moats pH: 5.5 Temp; 70 Biotic: cat fish, crawfish, FW clams, Poison Ivy, Perch, T-Frog, Toad, Bugs, B Warts, S. Maple, Spirea, Meadow Rue, Grass, Sumac, Oak, Plankton, Pickeral weed. Abiotic: Rock, sand, mud, air, sun, water. Personal Reflection When we first got to the moat, we went to a part that the bottom was very mucky. After the moat, we went to a swimming area which was very fun. • On the fourth day, we went to the moats. The moat is a large pond. Some of the biotic things we saw were fish, crawfish, FW clams, Poison Ivy, Perch, T-Frog, Toad, Bugs, B Warts, S. Maple, Spirea, Meadow Rue, Grass, Sumac, Oak, Plankton, Pickeral weed. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were water, sand, air, sun, and rock. The pH of the Moats was 5.5 and the temperature was 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

  9. Pemigewassett River After going to the Moats, we went to the Pemigewassett River. Some of the biotic things we saw included leech, snake, and B Warts. Some of the Abiotic things we saw were water, sand, air, sun, and rock. The pH of the Pemigewassett River was 6 and the temperature was 81 degrees Fahrenheit. pH: 6 Temp: 81 Biotic: leech, snake, B Warts Abiotic: Water, sand, air, sun, rock Personal Reflection: The water was cool compared to the other places we went.

  10. Rivers A river is a body of water that is long and flows into an ocean. The difference between a river and a stream is a river is usually deeper and wider than a stream. Rivers are important because they supply a home for animals that are food for other things. The rivers that we visited were the Baker and Pemigewassett.

  11. Wetlands A wetland is the side of a body of water were usually there is long grass. Wetlands are usually muddy. Wetlands are important because they provide a home for animals to survive. The pollution of a wetland will effect The homes and life of the animals that live there. Animals could die, then the other animals that ate them will have no food.

  12. Main Street Ecology We went for a walk down Main Street to look for some species. On our walk we saw a lot of species growing in the cracks in the pavement. The species of this plant in the picture is Common Plaintain. After the walk we went to the Pemigewassett River.

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