Well look at that! My wonderful colleague and office buddy, Elen Shute, has started her very own blog called “Natura Eclectica” containing “First-hand Tales of Australian Natural History | Fossils, Wildlife & Conservation.”
Elen is a vertebrate palaeontologist like myself, and she loves birds in particular. However as she says, her “enthusiasm for natural history is infectious” so check out her site to read all about bones, fossils, living animals and adventures throughout the great outdoors.
Her first entry is a beautifully written piece called “Desert Reflections” with some equally spectacular photographs of her trip to the Simpson Desert in central Australia.
Do go and check it out and support a fellow Woman in STEM.