Observe plants and animals on the Appalachian Trail



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A.T. Seasons participants have been actively observing since spring of 2014, and just over 100 people participated this year, with most observing concentrated in April and May.

Related research shows that spring is advancing more slowly on the southern portions of the Appalachian trail, compared with northern regions. Project leads are currently exploring the AT Seasons dataset, to see how changing springs impacts trees, wildflowers, birds and frogs along the trail.