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Liza Gross, KQED science writer recently blogged about my work with the Ohlone tiger beetle and recreation. She does a great job talking about the POSITIVE aspects of recreation, but also how mountain bikers can reduce their harm to the … Continue reading
In a previous post on recreation and the Ohlone tiger beetle, I talked about how hikers and bikers are important in creating open, bare ground habitat for the beetles to hunt and find mates. While this is very true, I … Continue reading
How many times have you heard that humans are a detriment to biodiversity?? Many! And there are a many million (exaggerating) ways we are detrimental. BUT! It doesn’t have to be that way and we are changing it! We really … Continue reading