Monthly Archives: March 2010


Friday Roundup: March 19, 2010

It’s your weekly carnival round up! –=====– Scientia Pro Publica #23 – A multi-post monster of a carnival over at Pleioptropy House of Herps #4 – Kind of Curious explains why St Patrick’s expulsion of snakes from Ireland was a terrible idea The Moth and Me #9 – The carnival for moths returns after an [...]

Newest Blogs in the Network: 3-17-10

Backyard Australian Bush Life – Living sustainably on a bush block in Australia. Living in harmony with local biodiversity, by protecting and enhancing habitat for wildlife. Desert Anza Borrego Dot Net -Our BLOG of camping, hiking and exploring the vast Anza Borrego Desert with a slant towards conservation Natural History Backyard and beyond – An [...]

Carny Deadlines: March 16, 2010

I and the Bird #121 – to Birder’s Lounge by the end of the day today! Friday Ark #286- to The Modulator by this Thursday, March 18 Scientia Pro Publica #24 – to 360 Degree Skeptic by March 26 Festival of the Trees #46 – to Vanessa’s Trees and Shrubs Blog by March 29 Carnival of [...]

Nature Blog Networking: NYCing Nature

Despite it’s ultimate urban reputation, New York City has plenty of opportunities for the would-be naturalist to enjoy the outdoors and everything that comes with it. New York’s vast park system is the envy of similar sized cities around the world, and while Central Park is obviously the most famous but it’s hardly the biggest.  [...]

Featured Blog: Beetles in the Bush

Ted C. MacRae blogs at Beetles in the Bush, our featured blog this week. He also founded An Inordinate Fondness, a new blog carnival focusing on beetles, and is a contributing editor at BugGuide.net. Ted is one of those lucky people who get to combine work and play in daily life: beetle taxonomy is his [...]

Community Bulletin Board – March 14, 2010

No new news this week. We’re starting to approach spring festivals and other celebrations of nature. If you know of an event in your area, please send it in so we can share it with other bloggers! Don’t be shy! If you have contests or promotions, want to share a new project you’re involved in, [...]

Newest Blogs in the Network: 3-10-10

oops … I wrote this, but didn’t schedule it to post. Just pretend it’s March 10th, OK? Natural History biobabbler – A nameless, enthusiastic biologist’s blog of life in the sticks + eco-travels. Everything stems from my fascination with the natural world. A Year With The Trees – Every day this year, I blog about [...]

Carny Deadlines: March 9, 2010

Friday Ark #285- to The Modulator by this Thursday, March 11 Scientia Pro Publica #23 – to Pleiotropy by Friday, March 12 The Moth and Me #9 – to xenogere by March 13 An Inordinate Fondness #2 – to Birder’s Lounge by March 15 House of Herps #4 – to Kind of Curious by March [...]

Nature Blog Networking: But wait, there’s More-ida

If you haven’t yet come to the conclusion that Florida is a hotbed of online nature enthusiasts (not to be confused with online naturist enthusiasts which is an entirely unrelated part of the world wide web for which there is little, if any, overlap) then I hope these networking posts allow you to come away [...]

Featured Blog: Bill of the Birds

Bill Thompson III, who blogs as Bill of the Birds, is the editor of Bird Watcher’s Digest by day. He’s also a keen birder, the author of many books, a dad, a field trip leader, an ecotourism consultant, a guitar player, the host of the “This Birding Life” podcast, a regular speaker/performer on the birding [...]