Episode 15 of The Waterthrush Podcast is now available. Check it out for stories about Britain’s most endangered butterfly and training the next generation of STEM scientists through citizen science. There are also some field recordings you might enjoy.
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- RT @UnciaKate: WOLVERINE!! From a camera trap set in collaboration with Green Initiative NGO in Mongolian Altai. #mammalwatching #cameratra… 13 hours ago
- RT @BirdLifeEurope: Between 1990 & 2014, the EU's population of all common #bird species declined by 14% ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/p… #IDB2017 h… 18 hours ago
- RT @MarkWitton: WIP Anchiornis #paleoart. First time I've had to base a picture on a melanosome scheme (there are 2 to chose from for this… 18 hours ago
- RT @DLNarango: Homeowner's association: way to save $$ & help birds at patch scale #plantsforbirds #backyardwildlife #nativeplants https://… 18 hours ago
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