Gossamer Tapestry

Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Media Madness - Update

Last night's broadcast on the Monarch migration went well. You can see a video of the broadcast here.

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5 Comments:

At 09:25, Blogger Ur-spo said...

you are the messalina of media.hohoho

 
At 11:22, Blogger robin andrea said...

That's a great news piece, doug. Well done.

 
At 11:23, Blogger Doug Taron said...

Spo- I'm unfamiliar with the word "messalina." Checking my dictionary I find "messaline. A soft, lightweight silk dress fabric with a satin weave.' Hmm...soft and lightweight.

Robin- Thanks.

 
At 08:46, Blogger Ur-spo said...

Messalina was the wife of Claudius; she was insatiable for sex, so a 'messalina' is either somebody insatiable for something, or a media whore.

 
At 03:36, Anonymous charless (in tallahassee) said...

Very nice video. Here in Tallahassee the monarchs come through every year, pausing at the St Marks National Wildlife Refuge, on the coast about 25 miles south of Tallahassee, before heading out over the Gulf. When they are coming through Tallahassee, if you look about thirty feet up in the air you will see one about every 15-20 seconds, even among the buildings downtown. Who knows, maybe we'll see one that you released.
St. Marks National Wildlife Rufuge

 

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