Tag Archives: BBC
Not neato, but good work by scientists for figuring it out. A group of scientists have now shown that “Passerine Birds Breeding under Chronic Noise Experience Reduced Fitness.” Julia Schroeder of the University of Sheffield, UK, and colleagues write in their … Continue reading
BBC writer Michelle Warwicker reports on science published in the journal Animal Behavior, in which Leah J. Williams of Liverpool John Moores University and colleagues “hypothesize that discrete colour polymorphism can reflect personality… in a social bird, the Gouldian finch.” … Continue reading
Bumblebees are just pretty neato. This story speaks for itself. I’m finding BBC News Science & Environment to be be quite worth following.
I watched this show last night and wished it wouldn’t end. Maggie Aderin-Pocock is fascinating and fascinated by what she is talking about, and this in turn makes the subject matter fascinating. Highly recommended; would love to see more science … Continue reading