We believe that natural history is the corner stone of all sound biological science, both theoretical and empirical. The fact that this field of scholarship, which used to be held in the highest regard, has been devalued by modern academia, represents a great step backwards in our quest to understand the natural world around us. This website is meant as one small step forward towards our goal of reminding us of this fact, and is a token of our deep respect for the great natural historians on whose shoulders we stand as we gaze with wonder and curiosity at creatures large and small.
Recent bibliographic items
- The breeding biology of Grallaria and Grallaricula antpittas.
- On the nest, eggs, nestlings, and parental care of the Scaled Antpitta (Grallaria guatimalensis).
- Notes on egg-laying, incubation, and nestling care in the Scaled Antpitta Grallaria guatimalensis.
- Incubation behavior of the Peruvian Antpitta (Grallaricula peruviana).