Birding on the internet

Naturalist Weekly

One of the things I appreciate the most about the internet is that it allows me to connect and learn from people that I probably would have never met without it. For example, I now have a morning yoga practice because of several online yoga teachers, and my vegan cooking skills have skyrocketed as a result of Instagram. The same can also be said about my knowledge of the natural world.

I have watched videos about tracking animals on YouTube, I have explored scientific journals on the identification of mushrooms, and I have learned more than I would have every thought possible about trees, sewer rats, and science communication by listening to Ologies with Alie Ward. The extent of information out on the web is immense and sometimes overwhelming. As a result, I thought I would share a few of my recent favorite finds.


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