We looked inside some of the tweets by @Elmore_Ecology and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Our other journal, The Condor: Ornithological Applications, is named after another magnificent species. Together, these two bird species are powerful symbols: The Great Auk went extinct due to humans. The California Condor nearly did, and we are saving it. ... https://t.co/LajIaxPxTN
Having a celebratory beer after getting my dissertation to my committee https://t.co/7ehWHLrGE1
Very excited to learn we received a grant to study #ClimateChange impacts on #Wetlands & #Shorebird #Migration stopover movement in Great Plains! Funded by South Central Climate Sci Center, in collab w/ Dr. Craig Davis's lab in @okstate_ag. Watch for postdoc advertisement soon!
Excellent people to work with, watch for this opportunity! https://t.co/LEdXsYRJCl
🚨AOS members & fellows🚨 Please add your name to the letter urging @AmerOrnith fellows to vote NO on changing our journal names from Auk and Condor to Ornithology and Ornithological Applications Add Name via Google Form: https://t.co/ZHI5BmwJnM Letter 👇👇 https://t.co/9J6swjrSuf
This entire thread is an important one for members of AOS, especially Fellows to read. I am undecided on this vote--my retweet is not an endorsement not of the opinion but rather of the quality of the argument and info contained in this thread. A couple comments to add . . . 1/x https://t.co/QkZyuL8iSw
How about academic societies start giving awards for service in mentorship, outreach, contributing to diversity, research ethics? Be nice to actively celebrate more than “best paper”, “best poster”!? 🤷🏼♂️ Any examples of this that can be modeled by societies that don’t do it?
Short wings and long beaks may contribute to why some birds collide more often with buildings! Check out mine and my co-authors' preprint to learn more. :) https://t.co/89UPNH89in