Elizabeth Wallace

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    C. Michael Hogan commented on C. Michael Hogan's newsfeed:

    Merry Christmas to all, remembering that we are all asked to be stewards of God's creatures.

    7 months ago

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    Teddison NC commented on "C. Michael Hogan":

    I would like to invite you to join "Friends of Free-living Hemipterans (Auchenorrhyncha)".

    8 months ago

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    Penny_K commented on "C. Michael Hogan":

    Hi Michael, my name is Penny and I live in Joshua Tree CA. I recently noticed that my Joshua Tree (Yucca brevifolia) is oozing a deep red substance from the trunk. I would call it "sap" however I can not find anything online regarding sap. The oozing is about 18" above the ground and when it dries it turns an orange/tan color and hardens. Do you know what this could be?

    about 1 year ago

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    Jennifer Hammock commented on "C. Michael Hogan":

    Thanks again for the bug report, Michael! We think we've fixed those common names at the source. Please give me a shout if you see them again :)

    over 1 year ago

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    Elizabeth Wallace commented on "C. Michael Hogan":

    @C. Michael Hogan: Hi, Michael! Thanks so much for your comments. I've listened to the prairie dog story (I see many ways to use this already); am shocked and saddened by the situation. The painted hunting dog and its amazing BFQ. The first time I even thought about BFQ was when I did some back research on the jaguar in Belize after hearing this amazing true story told by Alan Rabinowitz told at the MOTH in NYC. Challenged by 20 years of struggling with stutter, he becomes the voice for the jaguars' protection. http://themoth.org/posts/episodes/episode-0902 Would love to talk to you sometime about any connections you may have made between extremophiles and exobiology. and way more....Perhaps setting up skypes with schools and/or famliy audiences in the DC area?

    over 1 year ago

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    C. Michael Hogan commented on "Elizabeth Wallace":

    @Elizabeth Wallace: Welcome, Elizabeth. There are thousands of fascinating untold stories that eol can unlock for all of us. Here is an example story told by Ari Daniel Shapiro at a moderately technical level: http://education.eol.org/podcast/black-tailed-prairie-dogs. Other species worthy of producing content fore are the African Painted Hunting Dog, Cheetah. Dont overlook the smaller creatures such as http://eol.org/pages/128787/overview or many lower lifeform extremophiles that dwell in the least hospitable niches of the planet. Let me know if you would like to skype on this matter further. Best of luck. Michael

    over 1 year ago

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    Elizabeth Wallace commented on Elizabeth Wallace's newsfeed:

    Just joined. Looking for ways to use this resource to enhance environmental storytelling. Any suggesions or really cool things you have found are welcome.

    over 1 year ago