So, you’ve reached Zeacology. Hello! This blog was born in early 2016, as “Natural History Notes from a New Zealand Newbie”, a place to share observations and stories as I embarked on a year of travel and research around NZ’s South Island. Over the course of the year, it became a catch-all for bits and pieces of natural/human history, a conglomerate of observations and questions, a flock of flying thoughts…and plenty of metaphors (maybe too many!) just for the fun of it.

Turns out, science blogging got a bit addictive. When I returned to the States after my year in New Zealand, I realized I wasn’t quite ready to give Zeacology up. So it’s back– though no longer quite so geographically-bounded.

Take a look at Volume I: New Zealand for the original notes, then check out Volume II for stories on natural history, human society, and the process of research from a whole new location.

Read on, comment wildly, and enjoy!

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