Monday, June 6, 2016

Secret Snakes, Colorful Crayfish, Plastic Nightmares and a Podcast

My keyboard has been on fire lately. Last week I worked on seven different articles, links to four of which appear below. I'll continue progress on three of them this week, while adding another six into the mix. Beyond that there are a few others working their way toward publication, so it all adds up to a lot of new articles heading your way soon.

In other words, all work and no play makes John a very busy and engaged reporter.

Anyway, here are this week's headlines, representing last week's publications. The first two are for Scientific American, while the second two are for TakePart:

Shiny, Metallic Snake is a Critically Endangered New Species

The Secret World of Crayfish Extinction (and Beyond)

Fish Prefer Eating Dangerous Plastic Pollution

Hydropower Dams Are Creating Wildlife Wastelands

Oh, one other thing. Here's a link to my latest appearance on the Green Dudes segment of the Green Divas podcast, where I talk about several things going on in the world of endangered birds.

That's it for this time around. Come on by this blog next Monday for another list of links, or follow me on Twitter for headlines as they happen.

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