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The Summer Fieldwork Season - The wilds of Kerry, Cork & the Orkneys

Benjamin Gearey is lecturer in Environmental Archaeology in the Department of Archaeology at University College Cork. He is a member of the Editorial Board for Open Quaternary and has research interests in the areas of peatland palaeoecology and archaeology. 833 more words


In Search of Jewish Nightlife: Class Fieldwork in Berkeley Synagogues

Guidelines for a class debriefing session after two field trips in Berkeley at the end of the Sukkot Festival.

  1. Setting

- Where (location, real estate, interiors) 135 more words


Benefits of Doing an Internship

Do you have an opportunity to do an internship?  It is definitely worth considering.  While you may be hesitating because of the time it’ll take away from your job search, it does offer some distinct advantages.  314 more words

How I Fell In Love With A Wild Monkey

Okay, well maybe love is too strong of a word. BUT I will say I was fond of this particular monkey. It all started when I began my internship at a sanctuary in Panama. 506 more words


A New Planting

Where has the summer gone?! Here it is, late October, and I have failed to give any updates on what has gone on around the farm this summer.   474 more words

Daily Life

Adventures in Bird Conservation: Sleeping with Penguins in Patagonia

By Michael Hutchins

As we here at ABC look back on our 20 years of working to bring back the birds, I’ve been reflecting on my own experiences in bird research and conservation. 769 more words

Bird Conservation

Today is Jonas Salk’s 100th birthday

100 years ago today, Jonas Salk was born. As the creator of the inactivated polio vaccine, he not only changed the course of human history, he also ushered changed the field of public health forever. 458 more words