Not being much of a television viewer, I tend to miss most of what occurs in that medium – even things I might find interesting or useful. Just such an interesting and useful program was apparently aired on the public broadcasting series Nature back on 1 November with their feature on Helen MacDonald titled “H Is for Hawk: A New Chapter.”
Items of Interest Worth Remembering
The recent arrival of a copy of “The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication” spurred me to look further into the Oxford Handbook series as a whole. What I found was indeed quite a remarkable selection of high-level but still remarkably readable collections of scholarly articles on a wide range of subjects.
While you likely know at least a bit about mammoths and mastodons, those proboscideans from the days of yore, can you say the same when it comes to another family of now extinct tuskers, the gomphotheres? The recently released Palaeocast Episode 77 takes up the natural history of the gomphotheres of South America with the […]
I was particularly pleased to discover that the 2 June 2017 issue of the Times Literary Supplement contained a review by Tom Holland of not just one but two recent books on foxes; Lucy Jones’ Foxes Unearthed: A Story of Love and Loathing in Modern Britain. from Elliott & Thompson, and How to Tame a […]