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Duck On The Menu

Looks like a nice little feast of Merganser leg for this Bald Eagles dinner judging from the bill barely visible in the grass. Photographed while kayaking on the Snake River in GTNP.

Are you my brother?

All’s well that ends well. Several weeks latter we spotted these newly hatched killdeers, and several others, along the side of the road hiding in the short grass and exploring the world and each other.

5 Great Tips from an Animation Pedagogy Forum

“Ummm, pedagogy? Is that like a Ped Egg for your foot?”

Nope! It’s the forum I attended on the weekend where professionals (including Academy Award winner Adam Elliot) discussed how animation should be taught to students. 658 more words

July 29, 2014 Losing sight of just who screwed up the food chain.

As the clock on my computer turns over to what it thinks is a new day (I’m sorry, but despite the fact that it has moved from 11:59PM to 12:00AM, the darkness tells me that it is still the night at the end of my day!) I am faced with my nightly dilemma; what shall I write tonight? 1,379 more words


From Scientific Speculation to Effective Adaptive Management

This article focuses on the role of social marketing, in particular the analysis of the motivations and capabilities of stakeholder groups, in encouraging acceptance of an innovative experimental approach to semiarid shrubland restoration in Chile. 183 more words


The Importance of Arborists

Have you ever heard of an arborist? Well I can tell you that this name is derived from the French language ‘abre’ or the Latin word ‘arbor’ meaning tree. 482 more words


Founding director Packet One, GTI Steering Committee: “2014 has being a defining year for TD-LTE.”

Could the TD-LTE eco-system match or even outpace that of FDD? Pen San Tang, founding director of Packet One and on the GTI Steering Committee, certainly think so. 478 more words