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Posted by Jordan Frey at 11:56AM   |  Add a comment
Trees covered in snow

After experiencing a very disappointing winter last year, I am very happy to finally see Ithaca receive plenty of snow!  While the snow might dissuade people from going out to a party or visiting friends across campus, it did no such thing for this environmental studies major!  I saw it as a perfect opportunity to go exploring the Ithaca College Natural Lands through a different medium than what I am used to.  Taking out my cross-country skis for the first time in a year, I went to the campsite from my Winter Sentinels class and analyzed some fox tracks, stalked deer by the powerline cut, and took some great pictures that I will submit to the ICNL photo contest.  Ithaca College has so much to offer during the winter, that no environmental studies or science major should ever be bored!  And if you don't have the right equipment to go out trekking in the snow, everything can be rented at the Office of Recreational Sports.  I can't wait to get out there again!  I think next time I'll try snowshoeing...


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