October 20, 2019

Featured Source: The Oologist

Oh, Oology! Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business blog post, May 20, 2014 What did you learn about oology from reading the Inside Adams blog post? What else would you like to know? What area from biology or other branch of science would you like to see featured in a journal of its own? What is one topic that you would like to find out more about? What would be the title of an article you would like to read about this topic? What other observations, reflections or questions … [Read more...]

Today in History: John James Audubon

Today in History–January 27–the Library of Congress features John James Audubon, who died on this date in 1851. Audubon was a naturalist and artist, earning fame for his drawings and paintings of North American birds. Learn more about the namesake of the National Audubon Society by visiting the Today in History section then click the links below to access more related primary sources. John James Audubon Died from America's Library John James Audubon primary source set Select Audubon … [Read more...]