Originally posted on History of Ornithology:
BY: Bob Montgomerie, Queen’s University | 10 December 2018 When we were writing our Ten Thousand Birds book on the history of ornithology since Darwin, we thought it might be interesting to try to…
Reblogged from The Logic of Science. I spend a lot of time on this blog debunking bad arguments, and I have previously devoted a lot of effort to debunking bad arguments against man-made climate change. There is, however, one … Continue reading
4 December 2018
Tagged #China, #ClimateChange, #economy, #emissions, #fossil fuel, #greenhouse gasses, #India, #investment, #Paris Accord, #Paris Climate, #renewables, CO2
I’m frequently asked about my recommendations for binoculars. My first recommendation is yes, you should get a pair. Sure, you can do a lot of birding without binoculars – and 90% or more of the birds I encounter I detect … Continue reading
Posted in BIRDATHON, birding, birds/nature, Christmas Bird Count, editorial, environment, life, National Audubon Society, nature deficit disorder, No Child Left Inside, Partners in Flight, wildlife
Tagged #binocs, #binoculars, #Bird Watchers' Digest, #bird watching, #British Trust for Ornithology, #European Breeding Bird Atlas, American Birding Association, birding, BirdWatch Ireland, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Countryside Bird Survey, National Audubon Society, nature, ornithology
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Originally posted on Avian Window Kills:
In a corner of the main north entrance to the Noble Research Center, I encountered this mystery today: And I’m all like: So let’s get to work on this. First, this wasn’t here on…
This gallery contains 12 photos.
Originally posted on The Waterthrush Blog:
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had this conversation. I plan to keep having it, too. But if this example can help answer some questions pre-emptively, I reckon this will have been…
Production value leaves a bit to be desired, but if you love Halloween, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and you’re not too annoyed by my American white guy voice, you might enjoy my reading of the Washington Irving classic.
Posted in life
Tagged #Halloween, audio book, folklore, Greensburg, Headless Horseman, Ichabod Crane, reading, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving