Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Plant List and the Deep Map

I’ve been teaching and generally working like a madman, so posting has been slow & may continue to be.  But I just saw this via @ethnobotanista: The completion of The Plant List accomplishes Target 1 of the Global Strategy for … Continue reading

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The Jemez Mountains, Ctd.

Wow: Just days after President Barack Obama announced U.S. support for the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at the White House Tribal Conference Dec. 16, the Pueblo of Jemez and the Santa Fe National Forest entered into … Continue reading

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Bald Eagles Doing Well in MA

From Reuters: The count spotted 102 bald eagles along major rivers and reservoirs across the state, dwarfing the 72 bald eagles spotted by Massachusetts state employees and volunteers last year and topping 2009’s record of 81 birds. “It was a … Continue reading

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Herp Watching

I was chatting with a friend of mine last night, and she mentioned wanting to do research on using herps (reptiles and amphibians) as bio-indicators to measure the impacts of land use. I said, “wow, good call!” and she asked … Continue reading

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