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Blogs about Natural world

16 blogs about Natural world.

  1. APHA Science Blog NEW
    “News and updates from the Animal and Plant Health Agency on science.” 🇬🇧

    Invasive species: the silent threat to our ecosystems
    This week, 15-21st May is Invasive Species Week, led by APHA’s GB Non-native Species Secretariat (NNSS). Invasive non-native species (INNS) are one of the top five threats to global biodiversity, costing the economy nearly £1.9 …
    By Lucy Cornwell, 1,246 words

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  2. The Birdist
    “Birds and Birding.” By Nick Lund. 🇺🇸

    Birds at Large: The Birds of Elden Ring
    I know I'm about a year late on this but who cares. Elden Ring is a video game, and it rules. It's the latest in a series of games from a company called FromSoftware where …
    By NickL, 680 words

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  3. Carnivorous Plants - Botanical Photography -
    “Field reports about carnivorous plants and botanical oddities in their native habitats. Photos of wild specimines of Drosera, Pinguicula, and Darlingtonia.” By Forbes Conrad. 🇲🇽

    Carnivorous Plants at Phu Kradueng
    Léelo en español Far away and long ago, in a time pre-COVID, I visited the Phu Kradueng National Park in northern Thailand. The park is home to a number of carnivorous plants. I observed Nepenthes …
    By Forbes Conrad, 872 words

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  4. David Bradley NEW
    “Science Communication since 1989.” 🇬🇧

    Mothing addiction and the meaning of mothing
    I acquired another moth trap to go alongside my old second-hand, home-made Robinson with the 40W actinic UV fluorescent U-tube, the portable 20W UV fluorescent Heath, the LepiLED, and, of course, the pheromone trap for …
    By David Bradley, 706 words

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  5. Fossil Huntress
    “Musings in natural history meant to captivate, educate & inspire. Deepen your world.” 🇨🇦

    The East Kootenay region on the south-eastern edge of British Columbia is a land of colossal mountains against a clear blue sky. That is not strictly true, of course, as this area does see its …
    By FossilHuntress, 74 words

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  6. Goat-O-Rama
    “Put some color in your herd!” By Nan Hassey, Phil Hassey. 🇺🇸

    Maya, Balto, and Pongo at play, with fiddle tunes! | June 4, 2023
    By Phil, 13 words

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  7. The Hazel Tree
    “by Jo Woolf.” 🇬🇧

    Iona: Dun I and the Well of Eternal Youth
    Reputed to be the site of ancient rituals, this lovely pool is sheltered in the lee of Iona's highest hill
    By Jo Woolf, 29 words

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  8. Julian Hoffman
    “Notes from Near and Far.” 🇬🇷

    The Spirit of the Wetlands
    “For more than two decades now I’ve lived alongside the pelicans of the Prespa lakes in northern Greece. These birds are—for so many, residents and visitors alike—simply an astonishing and seamless part of being here. …
    By julianhoffman, 67 words

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  9. Natural History Journal
    “Notes from a California Naturalist.” By Siera Nystrom. 🇺🇸

    Lesser Nighthawks on the Grasslands
    Arid scrublands. Desert washes. Dry grasslands. Perhaps these words don't conjure up images of idyllic natural beauty for most people, but for one very special bird, these marginalized habitats are prime. This bird is just …
    By Siera Nystrom, 695 words

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  10. The Panda’s Thumb
    By Matt Young.

    Discovery Institute experts misunderstand natural selection, Part 1
    Polar bear on sea ice north of Svalbard. Photo by Andreas Weith. From Wikimedia, underthe Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Every so often, the Evolution News site run by the Discovery Institute brings …
    By Joe Felsenstein, 1,446 words

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  11. Ramblings of a Naturalist
    “As an ecologist and biodiversity researcher and recorder, the author visits a wide range of rural and urban habitats mainly close to his home in Sedlescombe near Hastings, East Sussex, UK.” By Patrick Roper. 🇬🇧

    The Ribes Ramblings
    For details of varieties I am growing see end of this postRibes is the scientific name for plants of the currant and gooseberry family. Ever since I was a child I have had an interest …
    By Patrick Roper, 1,131 words

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  12. Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week | SV-POW!
    “All sauropod vertebrae, except when we're talking about Open Access.” By Michael P. Taylor, Mathew J. Wedel, Darren Naish. 🇬🇧 🇺🇸

    Do you storyboard your visuals?
    Figure 1 from our 2021 paper on the Snowmass Haplocanthosaurus as I sketched it in my notebook (left) and as it got submitted (right). We shifted part F into a separate figure during the proof …
    By Matt Wedel, 210 words

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  13. Southern Rockies Nature Blog
    “Where Nature Meets Culture—Plus Wildfire, Dogs, Environmental News, and Writing with a Southern Rockies Perspective.” By Chas S. Clifton. 🇺🇸

    Shootout at the Watering Hole
    Photo: Colorado Sun "Pastoral cultures are always violent," I read once in an anthropology book. You know the scenario: two herds are convering on a watering hole from different directions, and the respective herdsmen get …
    By Chas S. Clifton, 169 words

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  14. Springwatch - BBC Blogs
    “Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch Blog. A place to talk UK Nature.” 🇬🇧

    Discover toads and how you can help them
    Written by Cathy Robinson, nature and travel writer, for Naturehood at Earthwatch Europe Have you been lucky enough to spot a pair of copper-coloured eyes peeping out from a hidey hole this spring? If you …
    By Earthwatch Europe, 833 words

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  15. Stephen Bodio
    “Notes from Tiger Country.” By Stephen Bodio, Libby Frishman-Bodio, John Burchard, Reid Farmer, Sea Run. 🇺🇸

    Rare Wolverine Spotted in California—the Second in 101 Years
    Rare Wolverine Spotted in California—the Second in 101 Years There has been an impressive spate of lower 48 sightings lately.
    By Sea Run, 29 words

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  16. Tetrapod Zoology
    “Discussion of all things tetrapod and vertebrate palaeontology, and many things not.” By Darren Naish. 🇬🇧

    Discovering 'Hidden' Diversity Within Wealden Spinosaurid Dinosaurs
    Over recent years, myself and colleagues at the University of Southampton have published a series of studies on the spinosaurid theropods of the English Wealden Supergroup (Barker et al. 2021, 2022, 2023a). And we’ve succeeded …
    By Darren Naish, 1,887 words

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