Citizen science was born in on Christmas Day in 1900 when a man named Frank Chapman decided to interact with birds in a different way from the norm, which was killing them. Chapman, an officer in the then-young Audubon Society, decided to instead organize citizens to help count birds. Hence the term "citizen science" and … Continue reading Are You A Citizen Science Contributor?
I believe we've all noticed changes in our climates, amount of rainfall or lack of rain, wilder winds, seemingly more tornadoes, tsunamis and various other events that affect our lives. On a personal note, talking with other fishermen all of us have noticed a large decline in the numbers of billfish in our area of … Continue reading Happy Halloween – 7 Scary Truths About Our World