A Few of my Favorite “Tweets”

And now, a song to celebrate the Great Nature Project. Ahem. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, Bright colored beetles and warm looking fish fins, Brown eagles on branches, looking to eat, These are a few of my favorite tweets! Cream colored ponies and apple snails growing, Fungus and mushrooms and eyes that are showing, Wild geese that fly with the moon on their … Continue reading A Few of my Favorite “Tweets”

Get to Know a National Park with FieldScope

In just two days, hundred of scientists, students, and members of the public will head out into Rocky Mountain National Park as part of the 2012 National Geographic BioBlitz. Their goal: count as many different species in the park as possible in a 24-hour period. The ornithologist will count birds. The water bug specialist will count water bugs. The vascular plant scientist will help identify … Continue reading Get to Know a National Park with FieldScope