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The Importance of Everything – Feb. 16

Dr. Mireya Mayor, Fulbright Scholar and National Science Foundation Fellow who appears as a featured host on Nat Geo (National Geographic) WILD network, will talk about The Importance of Everything: The Interconnectedness of Wildlife, Humankind, and Our Shared Habitat in … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday–March 18, 2014

Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition edited by P.J. White, Robert A. Garrott, and Glenn E. Plumb QH104.5 .Y44 Y45 2013 New Arrivals, 2nd floor The subject of this week’s book, Yellowstone National Park, holds a special place in my heart. My … Continue reading

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Citizen Wildlife Observations in WI

During the night before my job interview in Whitewater, Wisconsin, I saw an enormous, mean-looking varmint outside my motel. Yow! Since then I’ve had a couple of woodchucks trapped and relocated, and recently I’ve seen an opposum eating under a … Continue reading

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State Dept.’s State magazine

State, the U.S. State Dept.’s glossy monthly magazine, is aimed at Dept. employees at home or abroad, but it’s available online to everyone, including prospective employees wanting to know more about the Dept. There’s a lot of news that’s not … Continue reading

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Ends of the Earth

In October I blogged about the UN’s International Year of Planet Earth and ocean monitoring. If you’re a bit of a news junkie like me you may know that NBC’s Today Show is running a series called “Ends of the … Continue reading

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