This salamander is a native species to this area. He was brought by Ashley, our Zoo to You specialist.
Baltimore Woods Katie Mulverhill and her assistant Becky brought pond water to inspect for macro-invertebrates.
Baltimore Woods visits Katie Mulverhill and her assistant Becky brought pond water to inspect for macro-invertebrates.
We are planning on tracking the movement of the sun for our site and using time lapse to view amount of sunlight and how it changes.
Meredith gave us some ideas for how we can best use the technology.
Meridith Cantor-Feller is the chair of the photography department at OCC. She will be helping us to use the cameras to document our progress on the project and eventually view and record wildlife.
This is David Moore, a graduate student from Cornell GK-12 program he is explaining the properties of light and how solar energy works. This is valuable information that will aid in setting up the solar powered pump for our pond.
Here is an experiment that David Moore showed us. It shows how light can excite electrons and cause them to change energy levels.
More pictures of David Moore from Cornell