>The 47th Circus of the Spineless is up at Beetles in the Bush.
At Kind of Curious, check out the Science Pro Public #20.
Today is World Wetlands Day, marking the day in 1971 when the Ramsar Convention was signed in Iran. I'm going to see what I can scrounge up for the day, but for now, here's a video and a couple of links:
The Ramsar Convention
Australian Dept of Environment
Four Stone Hearth #11
Tangled Bank #75
Visited the Human Origins exhibit today. I'll have some pics up tomorrow, hopefully.
>Carnival of Maryland #2 is up at Pillage Idiot.
>I and the Bird #44 - Science and Serendipity, Words and Pictures
>Send in your best ecology and environmental science posts via this form for the upcoming Oekologie, to be hosted at El Gentraso. (Notice the emphasis on science. We're not looking for posts centered on environmentalism and/or politics. If you're confused, please visit this excellent distinction by RPM or read our Submissions page.)
Also, we're still looking for hosts after August this year. E-mail me if you're interested.
>The second Carnival of Maryland will be hosted by Attila this coming March 11, and he is looking for submissions from Maryland bloggers, preferably about Maryland in some way (via Blog Carnival form or e-mail, pillageidiot [at] hotmail.com).
Also consider joining the Maryland Blogger Alliance:
You don't need to be a member of the Maryland Blogger Alliance (see sidebar) to contribute to our carnival, but we strongly urge you to join if you're a blogger in Maryland. There are no political litmus tests. We have liberal, moderate, conservative, and libertarian members, and members whose views are unknown. We have political blogs, a science blog, an art blog, a sports blog, and an idiot blog (mine). Some of our members have been published in dead-tree media; others have had premature (I hope) obituaries written for them in dead-tree media. We're an eclectic bunch. I was the founder of the Alliance and for some time its only member, but now we're 20 members strong. This is where all the cool kids in Maryland can be found.
Give Attila an e-mail either way; join up and/or submit!