Intro Post

Greetings, Earthlings. This is my first blog post. I’m starting this blog as a pet project while I figure the rest of my life out. I wanted to have a specific direction for my blog, and it was suggested that I simply write about issues that I care about. Well, the issues that I personally care about the most concern the environment and conservation, so that is what I am going to write about. This isn’t just going to be a current events blog, and I don’t want it to get overly political as that’s not the facet I am most interested in. I really just want to discuss science-based environmental issues that I think are important or just plain awesome, and pretty much anything else nature- or animal-related (I am a zoologist, after all). I may write some articles about debunking common misconceptions that are often perpetrated by popular media (hello Theory of Evolution? Theory of Gravity?!). Heck, I may even write about cryptozoology sometimes. I do so love a good story. 😉

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About Caitlin

I’m a 27-year-old female Homo sapiens. Lifelong nature lover, world traveler, zoologist, foodie, scuba enthusiast and certified Divemaster, lover of books, and herder of cats.
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2 Responses to Intro Post

  1. Caitlin Gray says:

    you need to figure out how to link your blog to Facebook so I can “like” it. 🙂

    • Caitlin says:

      Well, I’ve been posting links to it on Facebook when I make a new post (which I should do again soon! Just been busy). It’s better if you actually comment here though, Facebook is creepy.

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