Darwin grows in confidence.
Author: Richard Carter, FCD
Writer and photographer Richard Carter, FCD is the founder of the Friends of Charles Darwin. He lives in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.Website • Newsletter • Mastodon • etc…
Book review: ‘Darwin Comes to Town’ by Menno Schilthuizen
How the urban jungle drives evolution
Hello, Kazakhstan! 🇰🇿
The Friends of Charles Darwin have their first member from Kazakhstan. We now have members in 106 countries.
The Darwin bicentennial oak, 14 years on
Fourteen years ago today, I planted the Darwin Bicentennial Oak in my garden.
Charles Darwin’s book-writing process
Charles Darwin’s approach to book-writing went through four key stages…
Book review: ‘The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 9 • 1861’
Poking around in flowers’ private parts.
Modesty and candour: the Darwin-Wallace friendship
To mark the 200th anniversary of Wallace’s birth, an article exploring the friendship between Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.
Newsletter No. 16: ‘Pilgrimages and plans’
A bumper Christmas edition of Darwin-related goodies.
Newsletter No. 16: Bonus links
Some good stuff there wasn’t space for in newsletter No. 16.
A long-desired plan
A slightly improved website, and a change in emphasis on how the Friends of Charles Darwin publish stuff online…
Cambridge Darwin pilgrimage
A trip to see a treasure-trove of Darwinalia.
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For technical/usability reasons, the canonical URL (web address) for the main Friends of Charles Darwin RSS feed has changed.