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Herp note 3: Two-lines

Last weekend I had a chance to go out to Halawakee Creek’s 1st order stream again with the good people from the Warner Lab. We did about an hour of searching on an overcast day and found 22… 26 more words

Biology

Enthroned in darkness - How to make a ruined shrine and flagstone bases

Last time we fashioned a diorama base featuring weathered gravestones, a gnarly autumn tree and moss-covered flagstones. As promised  in this second installment we will focus on an objective token or a small piece of scatter terrain featuring a ruined shrine and a removable birch tree. 2,595 more words

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Herp note 2: the frogs are calling, and we must go

It’s the second week of February and what can be more romantic that the sweet sounds of frogs calling for a mate at night? The rain we got here (Auburn, AL, USA) the last couple days only seems to encourage all the *peeps* and *wonk wonks* among other sounds. 171 more words

Animals

Can We Talk?

Because we cannot afford to be more divided.

Bob

Protecting Michigan’s Rare Amphibians and Reptiles: Saving the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake

Protecting Michigan’s Rare Amphibians and Reptiles: Saving the Eastern  Massasauga Rattlesnake

  • When: 6:30 pm Thursday, January 19, 2017
  • Where: Paint Creek Cider Mill, 4480 Orion Rd, Rochester, MI 48306…
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"Breaking Good" on the Wonderland of the Pacific Northwest

R.V., Chemicals, science equipment, blue gloves, and a busy lab crew…, for many “Breaking Bad” fans, this scene sounds oddly familiar. Believe or not, this was how Kerney lab as well as Kerney lab’s collaborator  spent their 2015 spring break. 597 more words

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