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Yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris), mother and juveniles. Source. On a personal note, today happens to be my and Hannah‘s half-birthday. I didn’t know we had the same birthday until today. I also want to add, on the heels of my … Continue reading
Sciurus carolinensis (eastern gray squirrel), taken in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Source. I did a class research project on S. carolinensis in my mammalogy class during undergrad. It had something to do with the giving up density of … Continue reading
Least Chipmunk, photographed in 2006 at Deschutes National Forest in Oregon. Source.
I’ve been pretty quiet this week, mostly because I took your advice and started reading. Stephen King (yes, now you know I’m a fan of High Literature) has written about four novels since I stopped having time to read regularly … Continue reading
I realize I am cutting in just under the wire, but for today’s rodent blogging, I’d like to discuss three things that are very near and dear to my heart: hamsters, stress endocrines, and poop. This wonderful little specimen is … Continue reading