We looked inside some of the tweets by @ali__johnston and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
As a nation, we have a lot to mourn about right now, so sharing a Mourning Dove seems appropriate. I tend to focus on sharing/celebrating wildlife and will continue to do so, but I'm also heartbroken over the racism and racial injustices plaguing our society. Black Lives Matter. https://t.co/aC3f3tsjG4
Read something where someone shared that they do not pick up their phone for two hours after they wake up because whenever they do, they end up following an agenda that isn’t totally theirs. Tried it for one hour & so far, it’s been a game changer. Just something to think about.
I have my laptop set up so that the wifi is 100% blocked for the first 2 hours of my day, every weekday. You should do this too. https://t.co/UHyWLput7o
COVID Cameratrap Comparison Collaboration: If you have camera trap data from same sites before/after COVID, or some really interesting comparisons of sites after COVID with different changes in human use, please sign up to join our study on this subject https://t.co/97fd9WTphP https://t.co/Cib6QHRjXV
had to chuckle at this wedge-shaped beetle hitting the pollen hard https://t.co/GoXns7bt8N
2020 was the hottest summer on record in the Northern Hemisphere. As the Siberian ground thaws, we are seeing faces that have been locked in the permafrost since the ice age. Cave bear, cave lion cub, Pleistocene wolf, Lena horse foal. What next? Photos from The Siberian Times. https://t.co/BRqcm5Hzcb
This is amazing and terrifying at the same time. https://t.co/cdhSymUhK9
This is a tragedy: World’s largest tropical wetland ablaze: our statement | BirdLife https://t.co/r7CmZdu2SA