Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea) photo by Nathan Goldberg. Read more about Of Ivory Gulls and Parasites
Two hundred and seventy-eight million years ago, the world was a different place. Not only were the landmasses merged into the supercontinent of Pangaea, but the land was home to ancient animals unlike anything alive today. But until now, very little information was available about what animals were present in the southern tropics. Read more about “Fire Frogs” and Eel-like Amphibians: Meet The Field’s Newest Fossil Discoveries
The power of museum collections often comes from volume: with a higher sample size, more can be learned with great precision. But sometimes you can learn a great deal from a single specimen, too. Read more about Things seen in the Bird Division #10: Where did the waxwing go?