These days, there are simply so many great blogs that I’d like to put in my blogroll (see sidebar), that I feel the need to be extremely picky about who I include in that list and who I keep there. It is, afterall, meant to be a condensed list of recommended resources for readers of Migrations, few in number though they be. (I am afterall only a small blog, with about 100 visitors/day)
In addition to those already on my blogroll, there are two others that I’ve recently took notice of. Those being:
- Matt’s Behavioral Ecology Blog. Matt “use[s] molecular, behavioral, and demographic analyses to describe the role of disease and genetic variability in shaping mammalian mating systems. [He] look[s] at MHC variability across the monogamy-promiscuity continuum using Peromyscus (Rodentia) as [his] study system.”
- Brian’s Laelaps. Brian brings us “ramblings and the occasional asinine assertion involving evolution, intelligent design/creationism, conservation, cryptozoology, and a myriad of other topics many people don’t stop to think about.”
I hope they keep up the good writing.