The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

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The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

Postby EmilyAnne » Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:49 pm

Hi I'm Emily,

My blog is very much in the early stages but as it goes on I hope to add posts covering several topics (e.g. ecological research, conservation, bats, reptiles, fieldbooks) which will hopefully be informative and provide insights into working in the field, but could just as easily end up being opinionated ramblings. (Who knows?!).

Either way I hope you enjoy it :roll:

https://dirtyrottenecologist.wordpress.com/
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Re: The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

Postby EmilyAnne » Tue Aug 15, 2017 2:50 pm

A quick word on field ID and drawings of British Hawk-moths from one of my field books ~ I love keeping field books and hopefully there will be more to come under this category!

https://dirtyrottenecologist.wordpress.com/2017/08/15/field-book-hawkmoths/
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Re: The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

Postby CornishRockPools » Thu Aug 17, 2017 7:45 pm

Hi,
I'm enjoying your posts and loved your hawk moth drawings. I don't know a lot about moths, but I always enjoy attempting to identify the ones we find.
Keep up the blog! :D

Heather
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Re: The Dirty Rotten Ecologist

Postby EmilyAnne » Wed Aug 23, 2017 9:08 pm

I was on a bat survey recently, and realized that a few people seemed somewhat alarmed by my activity!

https://dirtyrottenecologist.wordpress. ... at-worker/
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