My first eLearning Blog Article

Hannah's Blog

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My second eLearning Blog Article

Hannah's Blog

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Pets Aplenty Blog Tour

4 The Love Of Animals

To learn more about the author you can visit his blog here , or connect with him on Facebook and Twitter. The post Pets Aplenty Blog Tour appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals. Pets Aplenty is a humorous book written by Malcolm Welshman, a retired vet who has worked at London Zoo, in a small animal hospital, and as a consultant dealing with exotics.

2014 197

Blog the Change

4 The Love Of Animals

Today is Blog the Change day, a special day where bloggers write about animal causes near and dear to them. So today I want to tell you about my personal favorite, Best Friends Animal Society. Above is a photo of Flat Buster. Buster is the mascot for Strut Your Mutt , an amazing event where dog lovers come together to raise money for Best Friends. But what we love most about Best Friends is that they don’t just help dogs, they help birds, cats, horses, and more!

2012 194

Nature Blog Network: A Eulogy

10,000 Birds

Can you remember the world before blogs? I’m tempted to say I’ve been blogging for all of my adult life, but if you’ve seen the gray in my hair, you recognize that statement as, at best, exaggeration. And yet the nature blog feels like something we’ve always had and enjoyed. Yet, when I started 10,000 Blogs 11 years ago, the vast firmament of nature blogs was shockingly dark and, for a new nature writer, somewhat lonely.

2014 82

Beginning a Birding Blog

10,000 Birds

Well, although I am hard at work being the leading world birder, I’ve somehow had the time to become an old hand at this blogging stuff as well. Among the things that more and more birders have mentioned to me over the years is their urge to start their own birding blog, but they just don’t know how to go about it. Like the Magnolia Warbler (above) must go north every spring, the blogger must blog. Setting up your blog takes very little time.

2014 76

#PawsInLove giveaway and blog hop

4 The Love Of Animals

We have a $25 gift card to giveaway to one lucky reader … Continue reading → The post #PawsInLove giveaway and blog hop appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals. Valentine’s day is coming soon, and what better way to show your furry Valentine how much you care than to spoil them with a shopping spree at PetSmart!

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PETA Has a Europe Blog

Critter News

Tags: blog europe PETA

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Continue Blogging or Not?

Critter News

A blog is a voracious beast (or critter!) Well, this is post number 1982, and I guess we're sort of suffering a crisis of confidence. Do we keep going or give it up? that needs to be fed constantly. We've been at this for a long time, and just wonder what the payback is. Not as in financial, but just in a sense of wondering if it does any good. We both work full time, so it's not like we have time to go out and do original reporting.

2009 100

Noon Blog at Space Coast

10,000 Birds

The event that I am most looking forward to at the 15th Annual Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival is the “Noon Blog” that I will have the great pleasure of facilitating. The Noon Blog will be, according to the program,”a discussion about creating relevant content, integrating social media, and reaching your target audience.” And, assuming that you have registered, are you planning on attending the Noon Blog?

2011 60

PETA Has a Food Blog

Critter News

I just never blogged about it. I guess I kinda sorta knew that already. The pesto portobello sandwich looks really good.

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No Blogging Today!

Critter News

Too busy watching Barack. Great speech

2008 100

The X Blog

10,000 Birds

Greg Laden , who blogs here on the third Thursday of each month on Bird Evolutionary Biology, has started a new blog with Freethought Blogs called The X Blog. Congratulations and best wishes, Greg! Asides

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4 The Love Of Animals is hosting at Dog Blog Award contest in the quest to find the top 20 blogs about dogs. Our blog is up for the award, but as most awards work, it’s all based on reader support! If you would like to vote for our blog to move onto the next round, please visit this link and enter the code 320Ry in the box. 2010 Dog Blog Award originally appeared on 4 The Love of Animals on January 25, 2010

2010 125

Protecting Your Blog From Plagiarism

10,000 Birds

My colleague leavesnbloom over at the Nature Blog Network posted a really useful and cogent look at Copyright and Plagiarism. If you’ve got a blog that you want to protect from scrapers, aggregators, and outright content thieves, you’ll want to read this ASAP! Asides BloggingI learned quite a bit from it.

On Blogs, Films and.

Animal Person

First the news, in case you haven't heard: Animal Acres in Los Angeles now has a blog by Philip called Vegan Sanctuary. For more information and to get the code for a widget to display your support on your Facebook page or blog, go here. Check it out! Tribe of Heart's heartbreaking yet inspiring Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home is premiering at the Moondance International Film Festival in Boulder, Colorado on September 26-27.

2009 100

Birding Brazil Blog

10,000 Birds

Derek Kverno has already created epic blog travelogues of his stints in Ecuador and Tanzania. Now he’s moved to Brazil , which means we get to vicariously explore the avifauna of another bird-rich country. Awesome! Asides

Best Dog Blog Name Ever

Critter News


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Are Bird Blog Trip Reports Dead?

10,000 Birds

But if a blog post is an un-or-poorly illustrated, straightforward account of a birder’s visit to a local park that lacks amazing birds or scenery is there any reason to read it? So why the heck are blog posts about birding local patches the most common type of blog post that bird bloggers produce? Blogs started out, for all intents and purposes, as online, public diaries. It is no wonder that the vast majority of bird blogs get very little traffic.

2011 58

Top 50 Blogs for Animal Lovers

4 The Love Of Animals

We got news recently that we were listed in the Top 50 Blogs for Animal Lovers !! Go check out the list when you get a chance, there are a lot of great blogs on it. Top 50 Blogs for Animal Lovers originally appeared on 4 The Love of Animals on November 4, 2009 In fact, we were number one!

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Business, Birds, and Blogs

10,000 Birds

Now this is interesting! Asides

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Vegan Lunchbox Blog Worth a Read

Critter News

I found this blog today and it's got some cool recipes for vegans. I also like reading people's ideas about food.

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Horse Rescue Group Blogging from Marysville, WA

Critter News

I came across this lovely blog by who I think is one of the group's volunteers. The blog is only updated about once a month, but the postings are very heartfelt and genuine. There's such a special passion surrounding horse lovers and rescuers and I think it comes across very nicely in this blog. I've received so many donation requests from "People Helping Horses" that I finally decided to send a donation.

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Blog for Rescued Dogs in Western Washington

Critter News

Here's a blog for people who are trying to help them. Remember how we posted about the raids on puppy mills in Mount Vernon and Gold Bar, Washington? About 600 dogs were seized from horrible puppy mill conditions. Our pet sitter alerted us to the site.

Honduras Trip Winner Has Blogged His Trip

10,000 Birds

home about advertise archives birds conservation contact galleries links reviews subscribe Browse: Home / Asides / Honduras Trip Winner Has Blogged His Trip Honduras Trip Winner Has Blogged His Trip By Corey • March 3, 2011 • No comments yet Tweet Share One of the two lucky winners of a trip to Honduras when the 10,000 Birds Conservation Club was still live has put up three blog posts detailing his trip.

Chris from Beijing is Finally Blogging!

Animal Person

Christopher Barden, an American vegan living in Beijing, and whom I mention frequently, has started his own blog/"Notes on Life" ! Chris is a bit of a geek, and I say that with great warmth and admiration, and he's always trying to figure things out technically and technologically. For instance, he is figuring out a way to " deliver advertisements for rescued animals seeking adopters and fosters."

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Birding Frontiers Now A Team Blog

10,000 Birds

Check out the gang of writers that Martin Garner has rounded up to make Birding Frontiers a team blog. Asides

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Animal Blogs

Animal Ethics

Aw, shucks

2010 40

Two Blogs, Two Views on Experimenting on Chimps

Critter News

This blogger, Earle Holland at Oregon State University, doesn't seem to believe the allegations coming out about the New Iberia Primate Center in Louisiana. He is the assistant vice president for research communications in the Office of University Relations. Here's his post about it. Here's a PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania with an interesting post about the same issue, wondering how much we really need to experiment on chimps.

Gene Baur's Bloggings

Animal Ethics

Here is a blog for your consideration

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Eco-Compass Blog

Animal Ethics

Here is a blog for your consideration. I will add it to the blogroll

The left-overs. 10 birds that didn’t make it onto the blog.


The week between Christmas and New Year is always a good time to reflect on the year that just was. Amongst the highlights that featured in published posts, we find the drafts that never quite got finished, or didn’t have enough photographic support to appear on the world wide web. The left-overs. Black-crested Bulbul (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). So as you finish up the cold turkey and the last of the trimmings, here are the sweepings from 2017 that didn’t make it.

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Lessons Learned, The Finale

Animal Person

My random number of 20 Lessons Learned From 4 Years of Blogging at Animal Person (for the others go to #1-6 , #7-10 and #11 & 12 ) ends today with #13-20, which is far longer than I thought it would be. If I had it all to do again, I'd do a video blog and I'd get at least proficient at the technical aspects. If I were to do it all again I'd call the sites and blogs I visit exactly what they are: Food blogs, blogs I read. Respect your blog.

2010 112

Lessons Learned From 4 Years of Animal Person, Part 2

Animal Person

Yesterday's lessons learned were primarily about blogging. But, probably because I was blogging daily and there wasn't great fodder daily, I expanded into other areas. particularly in the name of a blog, as that's part of branding. However, I have to say that I don't take people seriously when they don't at some point in their blog (or in their e-mail address or in a note to me) say who they really are. Today they're about language.

2010 114

The State of the Bird Blogosphere

10,000 Birds

In the last ten days the two biggest bird blogs in the bird blogosphere, 10,000 Birds and the ABA Blog , have had their biggest days in terms of traffic ever. On a monthly basis more people are visiting bird blogs than ever before and traffic continues to rise. There are many fine birding blogs putting out great content, attracting lots of readers, and exploring the intersection of the internet and birding. That is, until we launch the Bird Blog Awards.).

2013 70

Welcome Our Newest Beat Writer, Paul Lewis

10,000 Birds

When Paul Lewis reached out to us asking if we were interested in some blog posts about birding in Mexico we were psyched! Blogging Beats bloggersAfter all, the beat writer who had been posting about Mexican birds, the amazing Tom, has moved from Mexico and we didn’t have anyone writing about the birds there. His first guest post was so good we decided to make him a regular writer! You’ll be able to see his posts weekly every Wednesday morning from now on.

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Welcome Our New Beat Writer, Tristan Lowery

10,000 Birds

” One of my favorite birding blogs is Bourbon, Bastards, and Birds and I’ve written a blog post in the past wondering about drunken birding. Blogging BeatsIf there is one thing better than a nice cold beer after a long day of spring migration I don’t know what it is. A mojito while birding in the tropics is often refreshing and a nice glass of red wine after a Christmas Bird Count is a great way to unwind.

2017 54

A Hawk in the Woods

10,000 Birds

Blogging books Fiction Red-tailed HawkWell what’s the big deal, you might ask? I see those all the time. But you’ve never seen one like this before, because A Hawk in the Woods is the title of my debut novel, coming this February from Word Horde. The hawk in question is a Red-tailed Hawk – not a species strongly associated with myth or horror, like the Raven , and not a rare or spectacular or symbolic species, like the Gyrfalcon.

2018 45

Subscribe to the New 10,000 Birds Newsletter

10,000 Birds

In case you hadn’t noticed, blogging, both publishing and perusing , has transformed dramatically over the years. blog carnivals ) come and go. 10,000 Birds has ridden the waves of blog proliferation, consolidation, and gradual decimation by social media, but we’re still going strong. In the end, the only ways to be certain you’ll stay current with your favorite blogs in this day and age are to either visit the blog daily or subscribe to an email newsletter.

2017 44

10,000 Birds Is Close To 10,000 Likes!

10,000 Birds

We appreciate it a great deal and we hope you appreciate the extra content that we share over there as well as the links to the posts here on the blog. Thanks again for being the best audience for a bird blog that exists! Blogging facebook As of this post, our Facebook page is only 42 “likes” away from reaching 10,000! We’re pretty excited by this news as it means that, well, people like us.

2014 64

Please Welcome Patrick O’Donnell!

10,000 Birds

Patrick is the kings of Costa Rica bird blogging and we are excited to have him posting here on 10,000 Birds as both Mike and Corey have been fans of his blog, Costa Rica Living and Birding , for quite some time. Patrick will, not surprisingly, be blogging about “Costa Rica Birding” and his posts will appear every-other-Saturday morning. Blogging bloggers Costa Rica It has been awhile since we here at 10,000 Birds announced a new Beat Writer.

2014 54

Snowy Owl Mania!

10,000 Birds

Not only are there a host of blog posts simply featuring images of Snowy Owls but there are quite a few out there that tackle a whole host of different issues related to Snowy Owls. So, what is going on with Snowy Owls in the birding blog world? Here is a pretty big sample but this is only the tip of the iceberg – feel free to leave links in the comments to any Snowy Owl bird blog content that you find! … Birds Blogging Snowy Owl

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Introducing Erika

10,000 Birds

To inspire others to protect birds and the environment, she has blogged for the Conservation Fund, Sarah P. Blogging bloggers Hey, readers! We have some exciting news to share: 10,000 Birds has a new Beat Writer! Erika Zambello will be writing each and every Tuesday afternoon here on 10,000 Birds. She will be birding every-other-week as a “Birder-at-Large” and on the off weeks will be putting up posts about state and national birds. Please give her a warm welcome.

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