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Interesting morning rounds: botulism, alcohol, and narcotics.

The problems our doctors have faced!

The Natives have developed a taste

For foods they call stink

And eat with a wink

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Implications of Alternative Energy on Geoengineering & the Oil Industry

Make it your mission to become part of Ecological solutions not the Environmental crisis! – Pioneering Solutions for Global Collaborative Change.

Eco-Solutionaries is the title of my new book project which I am publishing this year, this book focuses on Ecological Solutions to the current Environmental Crisis – encouraging positive social and environmental change, individuals can become empowered with the knowledge of new ecological solutions that corporations and governments conveniently ignore or are unaware of. 683 more words


Professionals don't kill rattlesnakes

“Professionals don’t kill rattlesnakes, people who are afraid of snakes, kill rattlesnakes” has to be my favorite quote of the day and possible the best things I’ve ever heard leave Ray’s mouth. 155 more words

Dslr Video

Meet SFO's Wildlife Biologist

Geese and sea lions and snakes—oh my! Natalie Reeder has seen it all…on the runway. As SFO‘s in-house wildlife biologist, Reeder identifies escaped animals on the taxiway, keeps birds far from planes, and works to protect such threatened species as the San Francisco garter snake and the California red-legged frog. 473 more words


Monday for a (not in the field) Wildlife Biologist...

You know what I did today?  Me neither.

Saturday was the last field day.  Today I’m back at home, staring at my computer, wondering what I should do next.   80 more words


DJ Kast, Interview Marine Bird Watcher, May 23, 2014

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Dieuwertje “DJ” Kast
Aboard NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow
May 19 – June 3, 2015

Mission: Ecosystem Monitoring Survey
Geographical area of cruise: …
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NOAA Teacher At Sea