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National Moth Week July 20-28, 2013

National Moth Week offers everyone, everywhere a unique opportunity to become a Citizen Scientist and contribute scientific data about moths. Through partnerships with major online biological data depositories such as EOL, National Moth Week participants can help map moth distribution and provide needed information on other life history aspects around the globe.

National Moth Week Website

Learn more about Moths on EOL

Watch the EOL Moths Audio Slideshow

July 23, 2013 13:35

One Species at a Time Podcast - Saltwater crocodiles

The city of Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory lies in the heart of crocodile country. In the 1950s, saltwater crocodiles were shot, skinned, and turned into shoes and handbags. After hunting was banned in the 1970s, crocodile numbers climbed. Now there’s a croc for every man, woman, and child in Darwin. Can the human citizens learn to live alongside their toothy neighbors?

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To learn more about how to use EOL's One Species at a Time podcasts in the classroom and in broadcast media, please see our Podcast Guide for Educators or contact the EOL Learning & Education group.

July 11, 2013 18:17

Request for feedback regarding “Add to Reddit" button on EOL

The EOL development team is considering adding a “share with Reddit" button to EOL pages where similar buttons to “Tweet" and “Like on Facebook" are found.

The debate comes down to the tension between supporting Reddit users who want to share EOL content with their various communities vs concerns about Reddit in general, especially in light of some of the content found on the site.

Do you have an opinion? Please share it with me by email at bcorrigan@eol.org or tweeting a message to @eol or @eolpm - and thank you.

Bob Corrigan - EOL Director of Operations

July 10, 2013 12:09