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Roger Tory Peterson Institute has a blog

Roger Tory Peterson Institute

The Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History has just taken a big step into the blog world. I was lucky to watch the development of this blog over the past few months and proud for the opportunity to announce this to my nature blogging friends!! So be sure to add this site to your blog roll (or RSS feed) or you might miss something essential to the study of nature!

Roger Tory Peterson Institute

If you’re not familiar with the Roger Tory Peterson Institute (RTPI), they have been named in honor of America’s preeminent naturalist of the twentieth century (Roger Tory Peterson)!! The Institute is based in Jamestown, NY which is also the birthplace of Dr. Peterson (and just around the corner from where I live). To hear more about the many programs, exhibits, special events or even their numerous collections, visit the blog at http://www.rtpi.org .

4 responses

  1. Great news! Thanks for the info Mon@rch! I’ll have to move them from a website to my nature blogs list on my blog.

    10 February 2007 at 10:04 pm

  2. Thanks, Mon@rch. I have it in my favorites and will check it out! I have heard of Roger Tory Peterson and know I’ll know a lot more.

    10 February 2007 at 10:37 pm

  3. Rick

    will check it out

    10 February 2007 at 10:52 pm

  4. So glad everyone is visiting the blog! It should be a real good one!!
    @NatureWoman – I think they would very much love that!
    @ Mary – you should enjoy it, thanks!
    @ Rick – please do!

    11 February 2007 at 8:25 pm

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