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The Ornithologues?

It's a curated collection of science stories expressed as writing, visual art, and graphic design.
This website is one of my experiments. At a basic level, it's my blog, but really it's a media project meant to take the science that excites me and present it as stories. These stories can be visual, written, or both. They are driven by characters and grounded in a sense of place. And hopefully, after engaging with any of them, you'll leave more connected to the ideas, tools, and human beings who do science every day. Oh, and these science stories, of course, start with birds.
Hello. That's me out finding birds in northern Minnesota.
I'm an ornithologist, which means I study birds, and it's what I've wanted to do for as long as I can remember. But as I've gotten older, I've come to realize that starting with birds is more than just a childhood obsession. Birds are one of the best windows through which we can connect to the natural world. They're beautiful, they're diverse, and they're all around us. And through exploring birds, we quickly start asking questions that connect us with the most cutting edge ideas in biology. What's not to like?

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