Monthly Archives: April 2015

My Jersey shore – revisited

Somehow the graphics were skewed on my reblog yesterday and I was unable to fix them. Here is my attempt to re-reblog. Forgive me for posting this again.  The link to the original post from 2013 is below: I had originally posted this in 2013, but, in honor of hitting a milestone with my newest follower […]

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Coff drops

One of my husband’s many siblings had a birthday party at the beach, where almost all my in-laws live, this week. I usually snap photos on the down low with a pocket camera but this time I brought one of my two Nikons and shot a full round of pictures. Geoffrey got his brother a new chipper and I got […]

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Appeal and core

This month I have been on my own ‘listening tour’, as I am learning more about you, my ever expanding community, and your approach to the same issues that interest me. 😀 What amazes me is that everyone I know was talking about the perils of online interaction this week. Tangentially, I was watching one of our 2016 hopefuls […]

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Ooh la LA

The weather has been so delightful lately, that I realized it was time to invite people to visit Southern California before it’s too late and we are either roasting alive or dying of thirst, LOL! These are my insider’s tips on visiting La-La land: the only five places you will need to know to party like a native. 😉 New York […]

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The Problem with ‘Saving the Bees’

Originally posted on The Liber Ero Blog: Reports from the front lines of conservation biology:
A native bumble bee (photo Sheila Colla). By Sheila Colla I’ve been researching pollinator declines over the past decade. It has been encouraging and inspiring to see my chosen subject matter go from completely off the general public’s radar to…

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