Last year in my nature journal, I started listing the changes we saw taking place every month. A book of firsts, if you will. In doing this, we have finally seen that we DO in fact have some seasonal changes in this land of perpetual summer, so very near to the equator, so consistently warm and moist.
Here's the list for September - October as currently seen in my journal...
in tarapoto, san martin:
- orange, yellow, pink blooms on trees throughout the area. first spotted on the way to yurimaguas.
- red star shaped lilies in bloom in the city and out in the campo.
- pomarosa trees bloom and carpet the ground beneath in a stunning fluorescent pink.
- cacti were 'blooming' with bunches of little reddish yellow 'apple' looking blooms covering the topmost points and edges.
It will be fun to keep compiling observations and later to compare years! :)
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