Tag Archive | Natural History

Amphibian Diversity, Abundance and Temporary Breeding Habitats in the Morgan Arboretum

Amphibian Diversity, Abundance and Temporary Breeding Habitats in the Morgan Arboretum

We are the @ColdBloodedHopsters, a group of McGill students in the class St Lawrence Ecosystems (ENVB222) studying amphibians at the Morgan Arboretum. Make sure to follow us on Twitter for more updates on our research! Introduction: Although they only occupy 0.5% of all animal species, amphibians are a large and diverse group with over 6000 […]

Here are your 2014 Natural History research questions!

This year’s St Lawrence Ecosystems course is off to a great start. As other years, we have a great suite of projects lined up, and students will be starting their field research next week. ┬áLate last week, the students were all asked to tweet their research questions. ┬áPlease have a read and give the students […]