Here’s a few blog carnivals that were published while I was hanging out with my ScienceBlog colleagues (sorry for posting this so late!);
I and the Bird blog carnival, issue 81. This blog carnival focuses on wild birds and birding.
Carnival of Cinema, episode 88, the Blogger of Paradise edition. This blog carnival links to movie stuff! Yippee!
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- "Today fewer than 500 akikiki remain, relegated to high-elevation forests." #birds #conservation #ornithology therevelator.org/birds-bugs-haw… 52 minutes ago
- RT @GrrlScientist: Pointy Wings, Pointy Eggs: Birds' Flight Abilities Influence Egg Shapes #birds #ornithology #oology #eggs https://t.co/9… 1 hour ago
- children are not horses & pus is not puss #vaccineswork #vaccines youtube.com/watch?v=7VG_s2… 1 hour ago
- yes, please do eat more fish: 10 million tons of fish wasted every year despite declining fish stocks #fish… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 hour ago
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