Over the past several days I adopted a new layout for this blog, which now feeds to Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook so I can reach a larger audience over time. I encourage you to “Like” me, “Friend” me, or just send a comment.
With respect to environmental news, the Diane Rehm Show on NPR discussed an interesting topic today on conservation and human population. You can listen to the podcast at NPR.
I have expressed my thoughts on the environment in this blog. Do let me know yours.
As the number of my photographs increase on SlickPic I decided to sort the files in the bird albums by their common names. Formerly, I randomly grouped the birds into related families.
I also created a Most Recent album so that viewers can quickly identify my current work (all these photos appear in one of the other albums).
Starting today, you will find that posts in the Bird Focus category are now tagged with the birds’ North American population trend status over the past 30 years: Increasing, Stable, and/or Decreasing. Those posts featuring more than one bird with differing population trends will be tagged for each trend, and the first mention of each bird in the post will carry its population trend in parentheses. This additional tagging will enable you to select posts on the basis of population trends.
Note that all categories and tags, along with any related articles, appear at the bottom of each post. By clicking on any one you will be able to select that group of posts.