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Happy midsummer weekend everyone! midsummer everyone from us and this female white backed woodpecker (and the common chaffinch who is admiring her)!(By the way, we were lucky to get this picture from one of our LifePlan research project camera traps. Lifeplan is an international project aiming to take a plan­et­ary in­vent­ory of life. Check out more Lifeplan here: ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook🇬🇸 Ex tempore presentations at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station continue today (Wednesday 22.6. at 4 pm in the station's seminar room) as Harri Hellgren (system integration engineer at EISCAT Scientific Association) has kindly promised to give an introduction to EISCAT 3D project status. Welcome to listen and discuss! Default language today is English. 😊EISCAT 3D radar system will revolutionize atmospheric research and it is currently under construction in Finland, Sweden and Norway. 💫🇫🇮 Ex tempore esitelmät Kilpisjärven biologisella asemalla jatkuvat tänään keskiviikkona (22.6.) klo 16 aseman seminaarihuoneessa. Harri Hellgren (system integration engineer at EISCAT Scientific Association) on ystävällisesti lupautunut esittelemään EISCAT 3D projektin edistymistä. Tänään oletuskielenä on englanti. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Tvärminne Zoological Station has a nice series of researcher introductions going on on their FB page. Be sure to check them out! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Kentällä - In the field
The beavers are doing their own experiments in Evo now! Lammi Biological Station MSc student Eszter Megyeri had one of her insect emergence traps disappear from the pond. After a bit of searching the trap was located here. We wonder what sort of an experiment the furry scientists have in mind? ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to students and bat group leader Thomas Lilley! During their two week field course they discovered that the Nathusius's pipistrelle (pikkulepakko) appears to be breeding right here at Lammi Biological Station! It has been recorded on four back to back night, suggesting it is breeding here and if so it is the first inland breeding colony discovered for the species classified as vulnerable in Finland.@Luonnontieteellinen museo ... See MoreSee Less
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