23
Dec

Final Walden Biodiversity Report

My final summary report on the groupings of organisms and the people who found them during Walden Biodiversity Days in 2009 and 1998 is finished and…

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25
Nov

Berry Bad Guests: Invasive Aliens at the Dinner Table

In the run-up to Thanksgiving this week Shannon Mullen of National Public Radio interviewed me and Martha Stewart about Oriental Bittersweet, one of the most aggressively…

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14
Jun

Walden Biodiversity Day

On July 3rd and 4th I'll be leading the second Walden Biodiversity Day, a gathering of top naturalists and field biologists — many of whom participated…

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02
Jul

On the Road Again

This October I'm leading a trip to the Galapogos for Road Scholar, with several more departures planned for next April and May. There's no doubt the…

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26
Dec

Have a Great 2008!

Here it is: I've written my first holiday letter since the Sox and Patriots started winning series and super bowls! Among many highlights of the year,…

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29
Jan

Happy Feet Live!

Interest in penguins, their lives and their homes (in this era of climate change) is at an all time high. Having lectured on the sex lives…

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17
Jan

Nature Deficit Disorder

Americans seem to know less and care less than ever about the natural world in their environs. As evidenced by the popularity of “action-oriented” nature shows…

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19
Oct

High Arctic Wildlife Census

From July 17 to September 10, 2006 I was bird lecturer and part-time charismatic megafauna spotter on Quark Expedition’s Kapitan Klebnikov from the Chukotka Peninsula to…

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