Tag Archives: Anthropocene

The state of global biodiversity — it’s worse than you probably think — ConservationBytes.com


Sobering synopsis here by CJA Bradshaw. For those of us who study natural history, such information confronts us every day. It can be easy to forget that we are a tiny minority of the billions of humans on this planet … Continue reading

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Waterthrush Podcast #21: Soy nectar?


Episode 21 of the Waterthrush Podcast is now live. What if we were in the midst of a mass extinction and no one knew it?  What if, every day, a great work of art was lost and no  one could … Continue reading

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