pambarrett13 asked: Can anyone point me to a quote from David about the importance of park ducks in getting young people switched on to wildlife? Our park ducks are under threat from an over zealous council and I need some hard core backing!
Gosh, a bit obscure for my knowledge- can anyone help?
Australian Museum Biodiversity Volunteer Portal -
The Australian Museum in partnership with the Atlas of Living Australia (www.ala.org.au) has created a crowdsourcing website that allows volunteers to assist the museum in transcribing its collections, anywhere anytime.
· The Biodiversity Volunteer Portal (http://volunteer.ala.org.au/) is where volunteers can transcribe specimen labels, field notes, and expedition diaries.
· Volunteers on the site say they feel that it is a rewarding experience knowing that the information they capture becomes accessible to scientists, conservation agencies and government departments across the country who can then work together to better understand, manage and conserve our precious biodiversity.
We are seeking…
… dedicated detail oriented people who are willing to join the community of volunteers who are helping with the daunting task of digitising the Museum’s large natural history collections.
Get involved …
… go to http://volunteer.ala.org.au and start transcribing historical labels and field notes now.
Help your local wildlife.
(Source: lokithehedgehog, via lady-lutra)
Happy Birthday to the Wildlife Trusts’ President Sir David Attenborough born 8 May 1926
David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities is returning for a second series - bigger and better than the last one with 10 episodes!Who’s excited about this news?
Life in the Undergrowth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnxT0_R8xOk
shaymaree92 asked: This is the most amazing blog on tumblr!!
Dick Attenborough celebrating his engagement to Sheila Sim, with his brothers Dave and Johnny, and his parents. And dog. 1944
Everyone who saw Sir David Attenborough’s “Africa” series will remember his meeting with the blind baby rhino (if you haven’t seen it, here it is: http://bit.ly/XATJdn).
The rhinos cataract operation is today and you can keep up with his progress at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Facebook page.
Sir David Attenborough. Gosh he’s so handsome with that combed hair and that straight nose and those full lips. AND A SUIT. And he likes animals. What more could I want? *fangirling*
c/o David Attenborough Productions Ltd
5 Park Road, Richmond
Surrey, TW10 6NS