This is the river at McLaggan Bridge. In 2020 part of this rocky cliff dropped into the river. It makes one think about "deep" time and the geological processes and glacial action that make rivers. https://t.co/GO6z2LL836
@NatureNB: March 5th is the Day of Unplugging.
What better way to end March Break, than by turning off your devices and getting outside? Get out for a walk in a local park or green space, and really take the time to be a part of nature and appreciate quality time with loved ones. 🌲💚 https://t.co/B1vJYwiQQL
This morning the Nashwaak Watershed Association started our Spring Break-up data gathering for GNB's River Watch Program. From early March into early April we will monitor conditions on the Nashwaak River at 9+ sites, twice weekly. See the river at Giant's Glen Rd. https://t.co/wOJ8AWHv2N
Each week as we gather data for the River Watch Program, we will introduce you to a new place on the watershed. This is MacLaggan Bridge (between Nashwaak Bridge and Stanley). In 2020 a section of the rocky cliff in this photo broke off and fell into the river. It is hard to tell if more erosion has happened since or if the snow is falling from the upper ledge. It makes one think about "deep time" and the geological and glacial processes that created the Nashwaak in the first place. ... See MoreSee Less