Corey Bradshaw runs my favorite conservation blog, down under. The best feature is an enormous back catalog of cartoons around the theme of climate change and biodiversity loss.
I'm really thrilled that the video for my TEDx talk is now online!
Last month, Craig Turner and I were excited to have an article in The Biologist magazine about biological expeditions, something which we are both pretty passionate about.
I think the most important thing to say, right from the start, is that you don't have to know what you're doing.
The biggest success so far for my Year of Citizen Science.
I certainly didn't imagine I would end up writing a 200th post, but here it is.
Tracking Protected area Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazettement.
Many of the local people had once been hunters, regaling us with stories of their fearsome face-to-face encounters with the Jaguar.
A spotlight burst into life, momentarily panning across the far bank, before returning us to darkness. Adolfo slipped the blade of his hand carved hardwood paddle into molasses coloured water, adjusting the course of our dugout canoe with precision developed over a lifetime plying these waters.
As a sudden awareness of Pangolins, Birdwing butterflies and Mouth-brooding frogs sweeps the nation, here's my contribution.
Giving away a free copy of 'How to get to the North Pole and Other Iconic Adventures'...
If you're a regular visitor then you'll notice that there's been a few changes, if you're new, then welcome to my new site.