Written by Matt Miller | April 5th, 2010
It’s fashionable now for conservationists to diss naturalists as caring about wildlife more than people. Time to give that contempt a rethink, says the Conservancy’s Matt Miller.
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 22nd, 2010
Written by Bob Lalasz | February 25th, 2009
A video is worth 10,000 words…and when you’re done watching the above on that transparent-headed barreleye fish, check out the other cool green links you must read this morning: Cool Green Transparent Fish: Learn more about the barreleye. I Have One Word For You, Son: Is the campaign to ban (or charge a nickel a […]
Written by Dave Mehlman | February 17th, 2009
The February 2009 issue of Conservation Biology has a research paper on the impacts of native plants on birds and butterflies in the suburbs of southeastern Pennsylvania. To my knowledge, this is the first scientific study to compare “standard” landscaping (lawns, ornamental trees and shrubs) with “native” landscaping (using grasses and other groundcovers, shrubs and […]