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The Ecological Society of America recently held its 96th annual meeting in Austin, TX. Our friends from the Natural History Network presented a symposium there, and they brought along our broadsides from the Natural Histories Project. Read what attendee Hayley Gillespie has to say about the “beautiful portraits and inspiring (but often haunting) words” on her blog, biocreativity:
“What I love about this project is that it is both a true celebration of natural history – which is inspiring in itself – but it is also something that can speak to very diverse audiences. It shows the faces of natural history – young and old, male and female, diverse backgrounds. It shows that anyone can be a natural historian, and that everyone can find a reason to care about this field, whether or not it is part of their profession.”
Read Hayley’s full post.
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