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Faery Wintering Nests

Faery Wintering Nests

I apologize for the long absence, dear readers.  Business of a fairly mundane nature called me away from the city, but I have returned.  The snows have begun and I am afraid I have captured little of interest since we last spoke.  Instead, I have dug into my archives and found an image that represents […]

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The Deadly Mr. Whiskers

The Deadly Mr. Whiskers

Mrs. Dowd, my landlady here in the City, has a most unfortunate affliction. She is, I am sad to say, a lover of cats. As you may well know, cats are the natural enemies of naturalists. Mr. Whiskers, pictured above savaging his faery toy made from sticks and twine, is both her pet and the […]

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The Inkblot Spider and Her Prey

The Inkblot Spider and Her Prey

The blasted acoustic recorder is non-functioning, and so we are unable to bring to you a new edition of Field Sounds this week.   The device is with Master Periat and I will not shed a tear if he is unable to bring the infernal contraption back to life.  To fill the time this week, […]

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A Hawk’s Meal

A Hawk’s Meal

Making use of the remaining time before winter, I have been working on my survey of faery predators within the Park ecosystem. A surprising variety of species, both native and invasive, make meals of the faeries. Documenting predation can be a tricky task, but sometimes, a naturalist gets lucky, as was the case with this […]

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Field Sounds: The Word of Shallis

Hello again, dear readers.  The weather has turned most foul, and unfortunately it has thwarted our attempts to make contact with the noble faeries.  We ventured out into the rain hoping that they would not hold to the letter of their message, but I’m afraid they are quite literal-minded creatures.  No moon light, and so […]

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Who is Dr. Roundbottom?

Julius T. Roundbottom is a dedicated gentleman of science! Utilizing the latest in modern technologies, he currently researches the native flora and fauna of City Park with a particular interest in the interaction and conflict between native species and invasive species from alternate world models. If you are new to the Informatitron, may we suggest you start at the beginning?

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