On Virginia Water Radio of 4-6-15: Biodiversity in Virginia and the Southern Appalachains

This week, Virginia Water Radio focuses on the concept of biodiversity; Virginia’s location within the Southern Appalachians, a region known for some remarkable biodiversity; and a Summer 2015 field course, organized by Don Linzey in Virginia Tech’s Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, that offers an opportunity to spend a week learning about biodiversity and natural history in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  The episode also features some lively music honoring part of Virginia’s biodiversity: “The Butterfly/Swallowtail Jig,” by Williamsburg’s Timothy Seaman.  Click here to have a listen (4 min./27 sec.)

Virginia Water Radio, online at http://www.virginiawaterradio.org, is the Virginia Water Resources Research Center’s weekly podcast using sounds and music to focus on issues, events, people, and creatures connected to Virginia’s waters.

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