A Lifelong Love of Amphibians
RMBL researcher Dr. Howard Whiteman wrote a chapter about the Mexican Cut salamanders in the newly released book by Hiraeth Press, Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians. This collection of essays offers a glimpse into the special world of reptiles and amphibians, and the spell they cast on the people who study them.
Look for it!
The 2013 Spring newsletter is in the mail! The incredible cover photo is by RMBL researcher Ben Blonder who caught a rare glimpse of the carnivorous plant, Drosera rotundiflora, while on a hike with Dr. John Harte last summer.
Kids Nature Camp!
Registration is open for summer 2013 Kids Nature Camp!
Come and explore the forests, meadows, and mountains of RMBL this summer. Starting June 10 through August 16, children ages 4 - 12 learn about the science and ecology of our spectacular mountain setting. Science is fun!
Second Annual RMBL Alumni Reunion Weekend: August 16-18, 2013
RMBL Alumni: come back to Gothic this year! Register on or before May 1st to receive a 10% discount on your registration fees!
RMBL Alumni Earn Honors in Photography Contest
RMBL Scientists Benjamin Blonder and David Inouye, Ph.D. both received honors in the recent BMC Ecology Image Competition. Benjamin captured this image of the diversity of wildflowers on the West Maroon Pass Trail last summer and was declared the overall runner-up.