Wondering what’s going on with your NBN Blog team?
2010 was terrific for Mike, as it would be for anyone who got to visit phenomenal lodges in brilliantly biodiverse regions in Ecuador and Panama. Mike also spoke about nature blogging and many members of the NBN at The Biggest Week in American Birding in May 2010. The big news at 10,000 Birds was the addition of a veritable army of awesome nature writers, including many beloved members of the Nature Blog Network. Which one is your favorite?
Wren was excited to attend the Potholes and Prairies Nature Festival as well as The Biggest Week in American Birding during 2010. At both she met up with other nature bloggers and friends from previous festivals and had a great time with both birders and bloggers.
Nate has taken on new responsibilities as one the awesome nature writers at 10,000 Birds and as a regular author on the American Birding Association blog. Unfortunately, these commitments mean he’ll be leaving the NBN Blog team. While we’ll miss him, we wish him well in all his projects and look forward to reading him at his new blog homes.
Seabrooke is looking forward to the release of the Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America, which she coathored with David Beadle. The book is scheduled to be published by Houghton Mifflin in 2012. She, too, has taken on new responsibilities and will be leaving the NBN Blog. We also wish her well and look forward to seeing her work online and in print.
Leavesnblooms, April, and Nicole
Leavesnblooms, April, and Nicole all joined the NBN Blog team in 2010 and have been introduced in earlier posts this year. They are continuing their excellent work on the new member welcome posts and the map.
So, that’s our news. What have you been doing out in the natural world? What have you blogged about? Tell us more!