May 11, 2013
Continuing on from my last post, Moe made the decision to collect the entire skeleton of offshore Orca 0319, since it was such a rare specimen. This, however, was no easy feat!
May 9, 2013
In the previous blog post, I wrote about our initial observation and field necropsy of Orca 0319 back in November of 2011. Now, I’ll go over the different types of Orcas, called “ecotypes.”
May 6, 2013
We have a very exciting project starting this week (May 10th) in the Piazza: an articulation of an orca skeleton. Articulation, or connecting the bones together, is how we display skeletons so that...
February 5, 2012
Well, it's a sunny Sunday in Golden Gate Park. The weather was warm and pleasant, and the winter birds were active. My wife Tiffany and I took a stroll up the hill and into the park near Lloyd Lake...
December 15, 2011
February 17, 2011
February 1, 2011
Diseases can have significant effects on bird populations, especially populations that have never been exposed to them.
December 14, 2009
Traditional sailing proas still sail around remote Milne Bay, much as they have for centuries.
October 20, 2009