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Total Station Workshop 13/09/14

On Saturday the 13th of September ArchSoc is holding another Total Station workshop. This workshop will take place in the Social Sciences South courtyard from 10am to 2pm (Flinders University/sign in is at 9:50am). 64 more words


All of your eggs in one basket (or pond)


It’s over halfway through the hectic field season and sadly, up until this point I haven’t found much time to write. We are on a roll with data collection and, although there is the occasional mishap, which is fairly standard for field work, it’s going really well. 719 more words

Frogging Blogging

What's blooming this week? (25 August)

Surprisingly, new things were still blooming this week!  As a caveat, it was pouring down rain during my surveys last week (I was so wet that a coral reef started growing on my socks and I found a shark in my left boot*), and I may have missed some cryptic flowers.  147 more words


The chickarees want my car

The chickarees have gone crazy. They spent the summer curious but shy, often fleeing us and then scolding from the safety of a tree. Now they seem to have no fear. 213 more words


Should We Stay or Should We Go Now: Evacuation from Laysan

August 5-18, 2014 | By Barbara Heindl

This past week we hit the halfway point of our 90-day tour on Laysan to monitor Millerbirds, and it showed. 2,006 more words

Bird Conservation

Mwezi wa Mwende

Tuesday, I went with the ADP staff to the field because the WVK national director, Dickens Thunde, made a surprise visit. He was only coming to see/hear about the WARM (Water and Agriculture Recovery in Mutonguni) project which recently ended. 618 more words

Field Work