Monthly Archives: October 2012

Forest Conservation in India

Originally posted on ConservationBytes.com:
I am a forest officer from India. I want to narrate a story. No, my story is not about elephants or tigers or snakes. Those stories about India are commonplace. I wish to narrate a…

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Wine and Bluebirds: a perfect combination

My parents are coming to visit from Michigan in a couple days and as soon as they get here we are heading up to Napa for a little wine tasting getaway. I feel fortunate that I have lived within 2 … Continue reading

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Life in Dead Wood

One of the Postdoctoral proposals I’m writing is all about dead wood- and the beetles that depend on it. On my trip to Costa Rica, I learn SO much about beetles (check out my posts about beetles living with termites, … Continue reading

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The Roly Poly Science Game (and me) in the Santa Cruz Sentinel and San Jose Mercury News this morning! Check it out:

http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/aptos/ci_21754565/roly-poly-gaming-aptos-man-creates-ipad-game. For more information, check out my blog post about Isopod.

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Up close and personal with a female puma

Up close and personal with a female puma.

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M&M honey!

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