The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt:
A Scottish pub holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2011. If the average Scot spends the whole evening in the pub, then the pub would have to open about 27 times to serve that many people.
Well it doesn’t quite say that :^)
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About Martyn Murray
I fell in love with nature when I turned twenty-one camping under Acacias in East Africa, surrounded by giraffe and zebra with my nape hair raised by the distant roaring of lions. I went on to work for fifty years in Africa, Europe and Asia as an ecologist and conservation consultant. A few years ago I moved to the Isle of Lismore to pursue my passion for reconnecting people with the natural world. My first book, The Storm Leopard
, is a journey across Africa and into the heart of the environmental crisis. My second, Origin of Species: Bite-Sized
, contains the essence of Charles Darwin's greatest work – his theory of evolution by natural selection – in a text that is 15% the length of the original. The third, Beyond the Hebrides
, is the story of a sea voyage in an old leaking boat and on how to keep personal freedom alive. I am currently working on a fourth which is about the global collapse of the natural world. Its working title is, In This Together
. It challenges us all over our current connections with nature. More details are on my website, www.martynmurray.com.
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