From the Adventures of Future Dr. Z via The Beginning
20 October 2019
Tagged education, Glaswegian, https://drzadventures.wordpress.com/, Okie, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, science, Scotland, University of Glasgow, veterinary, VetSchool
This 15 September 2019 video says about itself: Chalicotherium – The Hoofed Gorilla-Mimic This strange extinct mammal is actually related to horses, rhinos and tapirs, but they evolved in a very distinct way, giving rise to some of the most … Continue reading
I’m always puzzled by students who habitually miss class. I don’t mean the students who are facing serious challenges of one type or another, I mean the ones who wake up and decide, “Nah.” The student – or someone – … Continue reading
Posted in academics, animal behavior, career, editorial, life, mentoring, professional development, skepticism and science
Tagged attendance, best practice, career development, college, education, effect on grade, go to class, higher education, how much you can miss, professionalism, skipping class, truancy, university
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Originally posted on The Waterthrush Blog:
Look, I get it. You’ve been raised and educated in a society that values faith foremost. The stronger your faith the closer you are to God, and there is no better way to demonstrate…
It’s been a long time coming, but I was recently guided to my lifer WHOOPING CRANE by my nephews Benjamin and Matt Hack (+ special guest star Matt’s friend Kaitie) at a lake near Dexter, Michigan. This is an ENDANGERED … Continue reading
Posted in animal behavior, bird banding, birding, birds/nature, editorial, Endangered Species Act, environment, history, IUCN, migrants, population estimates, wildlife
Tagged ABA, Aransas NWR, birding, consevation, endangered species, ESA, extinction, Michigan, success story, USFWS, Whooping Crane, wildlife, Wood Buffalo NP
via Research Follow the link above to the Nick Russo’s website Ecology of Bird Movement and Dispersal. Interesting work and a lot more to come I’d wager!