Scientists in the Field
Spiral Notebook
Author Caitlin O’Connell’s elephant blog on the New York Times website
by Erica Zappy
September 22, 2012
 

Hey, fans of The Elephant Scientist!

Author Caitlin O’Connell has been posting blog entries from Africa on the New York Times website as part of their Scientist at Work series. She is one of many scientists providing readers of all ages with up-to-the-minute glimpses of the practice of science. They are all fascinating reads. Check them out!

Winding Down the Elephant Season: Scientist at Work

Maybe you’ll find a scientist you can write about someday!  And if you haven’t read the Sibert-honor winning The Elephant Scientist yet, do it soon.

 

 

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