The Friends of Charles Darwin elsewhere on the internet:

Richard Carter, FCD (that would be Yours Truly):

Other Darwin-related websites:

  • Darwin Correspondence Project
    The full texts of thousands of letters to and from Charles Darwin.
  • Darwin Online
    A huge online resource containing the full text of many of Darwin’s published works, private letters and manuscripts, and other work.
  • The Dispersal of Darwin
    Michael Barton blog about Darwin, the History of Science, and related stuff.

Other recommended websites:

  • Evolving Thoughts
    The blog of John S Wilkins, historian and philosopher of science.
  • The Renaissance Mathematicus
    The blog of Thony Christie, historian of science.
    (He’s been in my car, you know.)
  • GrrlScientist
    Evolutionary ecologist, ornithologist, and science journalist.
    (She’s been in my car, you know.)
  • Pharyngula
    The blog of PZ Myers, biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, Morris.
    (He’s been in my car, you know. Do you spot a pattern developing?)
  • John Hawks
    A paleoanthropologist who studies human evolution, and the fossil and genetic evidence of our hominin ancestors.
  • Sandwalk
    The blog of Larry Moran, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto, and sceptical chemist.
  • Tetrapod Zoology
    Darren Naish’s blog about amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals—living and extinct.
  • In Our Time podcast
    The most recent programmes from BBC Radio 4’s long-running series on the history of ideas.