EOL News see more EOL news

  • One Species at a Time Podcast: Ants

    A recent article from North Carolina State University explains how scientists have combined cookies and citizen science to track the diversity of ant species across the United States. Ants are the topic of this One Species at a Time podcast, featuring an inte... more

    July 09, 2014 13:57

  • E.O. Wilson’s Life on Earth iBooks Textbook and iTunes U Course

    E. O. Wilson’s Life on Earth is an innovative new iBooks Textbook for high school biology students created by the E. O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation. Available for free on the iBooks Store, Life on Earth is... more

    July 02, 2014 17:48

  • One Species at a Time Podcast: Ravens

    A recent large-scale genomic study suggests that genes might be responsible for telling species in the Corvus genus (Crows) to choose mates that look like they do. The social behavior of crows is the subject of the One Species at a Time Ravens podcas... more

    June 25, 2014 14:52

  • Announcing the Bouchout Declaration

    EOL is one of the original 74 signatories to the Bouchout Declaration, a firm commitment... more

    June 13, 2014 03:31

  • The Digital Urban BioKit - a modern naturalist’s observation notebook

    A BioKit is a digital book that invites people to explore the fauna and flora of urban parks in Canada. This interactive tool makes it possible to note one’s observations and also allows the integration of photos, videos, drawings and quizzes. Participa... more

    June 12, 2014 12:13

  • One Species at a Time Podcast: Monarch Butterflies

    Research shows that the loss of habitat - primarily the loss of milkweed plant habitat - in the United States is the main cause of the population decline of migrating monarch butterflies. Monarch butterfly migration and conservation is the subject of the Mona... more

    June 11, 2014 18:39

Community Activity see more activities in the last week

Currently in the Encyclopedia of Life see more EOL statistics