New paper published
Representing over 11 years of field work and months of examining literature and specimen records, a paper on the dragonflies and damselflies of Wayne County, Michigan has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Northeastern Naturalist.
For more information, a checklist of the dragonflies and damselflies of Wayne County based on the paper, and reprint request instructions, please see this post at the authors’ blog.
In the media
Coffee, Conservation and Urban Birds: Meet Julie Craves
This profile appeared in the May-June 2013 issue of the Jack Pine Warbler, the bi-monthly member magazine of Michigan Audubon Society.
Julie Craves has an article about The True Cost of Coffee to birds and biodiversity in the current issue of BirdWatching Magazine. Read the piece at their website. The succeeding issue of the magazine also included a follow-up, Is your favorite coffee brand bad for birds? Read it here.