Evergreen Natural History Podcasts
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12:00 minutes (7.46 MB)
This enhanced podcast by Alison Styring is the first of a series about Evergreen's trails and particular features of interest in Evergreen's ecology.
15:40 minutes (11.02 MB)
Jack Longino, one of the field biologists on Evergreen's faculty, talks about Formica obscuripes and the big thatched mounds that colonies of these ants make around campus out of twigs and pine needles. [Evergreen Natural History Podcast #3, April 9, 2008]