Monthly Archives: April 2010


Nature Blog Networking: Reader’s Choice requests!

My idea at the end of last weeks networking post didn’t get a lot of submissions, and maybe that’s my fault for putting it at the end of a long and unrelated post.  This is something that deserves a little air and definitely it’s own appeal. In case you missed it, I’m looking for your [...]

Featured Blog: A Passion for Nature

A Passion for Nature is the blog of WinterWoman, aka Jennifer Scott Schlick. She works as program director at an Audubon Center and is an avid photographer and naturalist. As you might guess from her URL and her nickname, she loves winter. In addition to her fabulous blog, Jennifer also maintains a photoblog at jenniferschlick.wordpress.com [...]

Community Bulletin Board – April 18, 2010

Thank you to everyone who’s sent in notices to be pinned to the board this week! Keep ‘em coming! 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 [...]

Friday Roundup: April 16, 2010

I and the Bird #123 – a gem of an edition at Idaho Birding Blog Friday Ark #291- at The Modulator

Newest Blogs in the Network: 4-14-10

Hiking/Outdoors The Rural Path -  A blog highlighting daily adventures in West Central Illinois in relation to its diverse flora and fauna. Invertebrates Bugshots – A closer look at insect photography. Things Biological – Arthropods, macrophotography, and melding of the two! Natural History My World In Photos and Words – The natural world that I [...]

Carny Deadlines: April 13, 2010

I and the Bird #123 – to Idaho Birding Blog by the end of the day today! The Moth and Me #10 – to North American Moths by the end of the day today (or tomorrow if you’re nice about it) An Inordinate Fondness #3 – to Fall to Climb by this Thursday, April 15 House [...]

Nature Blog Networking: A young people’s game

Much has been made of the fact that young people seem to be less interested in nature than generations preceding them.  The Last Child in the Woods phenomena has induced books, programs, and no small amount of hand-wringing among conservationists and naturalists worried about what this seeming disinterest will mean for wild places in the [...]

Featured Blog: Bell Tower Birding

Jochen Roeder is our featured blogger this week. Although Jochen is a trained biologist specializing in field zoology, he describes himself as “an ordinary German despite blogging in English, as bird blogging in German would be a lonesome business.” I’ll let Jochen tell you more about himself. I have always been interested in animals and [...]

Community Bulletin Board – April 11, 2010

Thank you to everyone who’s sent in notices to be pinned to the board this week! Keep ‘em coming! 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 [...]

Friday Roundup: April 9, 2010

Festival of the Trees #46- Trees both serious and humorous at About.com Guide to Trees and Shrubs Carnival of the Blue #35- The better late than never edition at Oh, for the love of Science! Circus of the Spineless #49- The Uncarnival edition at xenogere Scientia Pro Publica #24a & #24b- A communication mishap for [...]