Now that I’ve dropped out of my Ph.D. program (i.e. ruined my life), I have time to update my writing portfolio. One of the projects I’ve contributed to is NatureVolve.
I woke up today and found out that it was Christmas. This was a considerable letdown, because it meant that I was obliged to write a holiday-themed post full of snowy felines. Rather than give you pictures of warm-climate cats in the snow, however, I decided to focus on a species that lives in some of the coldest regions of our planet: the lynx.
It’s now the end of August, and I’ve not followed through on any of the promises from my last update. That’s partially due to…
…I live in Maine now.
When I started learning about jaguars in the United States, no one was talking about reintroducing them. Last year, however, a team of researchers published a paper called “The case for reintroduction: The Jaguar (Panthera onca) in the United States as a Model.” What follows is a discussion about the idea of reintroducing jaguars to the U.S., based (loosely) on that article.
I’ve just published my first ‘real’ article since pre-COVID times! It’s another piece for Rob Nelson’s StoneAgeMan, and it’s about – appropriately – the Stone Age.
Hello everyone, this is a quick update to let you know that I’m still alive.
I’ve just learned that the Chester Zoo, the most visited zoo in the United Kingdom and a major supporter of conservation projects around the world, is in trouble. They’ve been hit hard by COVID-19, and they need our help to survive.
Today is World Environment Day: one of the most important, global celebrations of nature.