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“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hello avian aficionados, dedicated dendrophiles, naturalist neophytes, and budding botanists,

This is The Single Acorn podcast, a podcast for those of us who love to ponder the world around us, who slowly walk through a forest with the question “Why?” as our constant companion, who are drawn to the tough, weird, gross, and fascinating questions about the natural world.

Each season will cover a topic within natural history – symbiosis, sex, poop, strategies for winter, sleep, invasive species, etc. So whether your curious about why some trees change sex or why parasitic castration is an effective strategy for some barnacles or why turkey vultures poop on their legs, then this is the podcast for you.

So then, teachers, students, gardeners, foresters, and naturalists, get out your field notebook and join us on a deep dive into the natural history and ecology of our wild neighbors.

~ Professor Eweagey

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