Here’s some blog carnivals that have been published recently;
Carnival of Evolution, issue #3. This new blog carnival is all about evolution!
I and the Bird, issue #85, Love and Birding, a Blog Carnival in Three Acts. This blog carnival focuses on birding and wild birds.
Carnival of the Vanities, 3 October 2008 issue. This blog carnival links to essays about any topic, since its focus is on excellent writing.
Carnival of Cinema, episode #95. This blog carnival is, as the name implies, all about cinema. It also includes lots of movie reviews.
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