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Re: Stripy Tapir

Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:30 pm

Green sea turtles, black-tip reef sharks, marine iguanas and some very crimson flamingoes all feature in my little guide to Isabela. As ever, thank you for reading!

https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2017/ ... o-isabela/

Re: Stripy Tapir

Thu Nov 30, 2017 6:34 pm

Sea lions galore in the last of my posts from the Galápagos (please can someone take me back?)

https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2017/ ... cristobal/

Re: Stripy Tapir

Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:58 pm

Blue Planet II ended its run last night, with a program about the threats facing the oceans. I've absolutely loved this series - but was a bit disappointed that they didn't talk about any tangible ways we can make a difference.

So I wrote a blog post, with six things everyone can do to save our oceans. Thank you, as always, for reading :)

https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2017/ ... planet-ii/

Re: Stripy Tapir

Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:16 pm

At last, we're back in Norfolk. I've written about my recent quest to ID a mysterious orange blob encountered at Strumpshaw Fen on https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2017/ ... ange-blob/

Thank you for reading!

Re: Stripy Tapir

Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:55 pm

A post I wrote on Christmas eve, but didn't quite get round to putting on here till today. A festive visit to see the seal pups at Horsey. Hope you're all having a wonderful Christmas!


Re: Stripy Tapir

Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:45 pm

New post! Notes from a small village (mainly about storks :) )


Re: Stripy Tapir

Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:58 pm

On moving house and reducing my waste footprint. 5 ways to be rid of things, without sending them to landfill.

https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2018/ ... of-things/

Re: Stripy Tapir

Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:23 pm

Not so much a blog post as more of a public service announcement- I wrote something for New Nature! As both a primatologist and someone who's spent a lot of time in the Amazon, the rise of the wildlife selfie is something that I've been keeping a wary eye on. Not all wildlife selfies are bad- but they've been associated with the rapid spread of the animal photo prop industry, which heavily relies on taking things like slow lorises, sloths and snakes out of the wild and keeping them in terrible conditions as a tourist attraction.

The blog post is at https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2018/ ... ew-nature/, or you can skip directly to the New Nature article at https://www.newnature.co.uk

Thank you, as always, for reading!

Re: Stripy Tapir

Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:46 pm

New post! Seeking enlichenment :)


Re: Stripy Tapir

Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:04 pm

Taking the blog away to Colombia on this rainy Tuesday afternoon. Thank you for reading!

https://stripytapir.wordpress.com/2018/ ... otton-top/
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