Tag Archives: Birds
Take this proudly walking pigeon in the port of Barcelona as an announcement for next week’s talk about life in the city, which I’ll be giving for the biologist students at the University of Antwerp. In a session in a … Continue reading
These scientists planted these invaders in the mountains and you will never expect what happened next!
I know, I know, it is a click-bait title, and that makes the dissappointment even worse: you are not going to find the answer in this article! If you wanted to find out, you had to be there at my … Continue reading
Mountain ecologist Jonas Lembrechts spent ten intense fieldwork days above the polar circle in Sweden and Norway, where he follows non-native plant species and their spread in the mountains. This post is the last one in a serie on this expedition. … Continue reading
I am on my way back to Belgium after a very intense but successful field campaign in the high north. We managed to do everything we planned: setting up a new experiment around Abisko, revisiting last year’s experiment and collecting over … Continue reading
I can again proudly announce that I wrote a new post about Chile on Scilogs.be, the Belgian science-blog. Find it here (but pay attention, it is in Dutch!) Don’t worry, more English posts will follow soon! In the meantime, enjoy this little flag … Continue reading