Here are our favorite posts from the past week:
- Don’t worry if you missed the Museum’s #WhaleWash, we posted the footage!
- A study led by indigenous people uncovered a grizzly bear ‘highway.’
- A diagram that shows our cosmic address at a glance.
- Often mistaken for a dinosaur, Dimetrodon was one of the earliest relatives of mammals.
- How trapdoor spiders got their name.
- A peek into the archives shows the arrival of the Willamette Meteorite to the Museum in 1906!
This month has been crazy busy. I don’t even know where its gone. It feels like yesterday I was planning out my June goals. How has your month been? What have you been up to?
Writing -I’ve been working on my new YA Fantasy. I haven’t started writing yet because I’m still in heavy planning mode. I’ve churned out my last few novels really quickly so with this one I want to take my time. I’m really…
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