Donald Kennedy, Paul Ehrlich, Katherine Preston, and Darryl Wheye present:

A Self-Guiding Podcast Tour of Plants, Animals, and Science Art on the Stanford Campus

Loop 2
The Quad to the New Guinea Sculpture Garden, the edge of
Lake Lagunita, Kingscote
Garden, and the Kennedy Grove
Loop 7
Canfield Court
to the Bing Wing of Green Library, the Citrus
Courtyard and the Quad

Find out about
. . .
Earth Sciences and Sustainaility
Serpentine Soil, Butterflies and Flowers
Biomimicry and Engineering
The New Guinea Scuplture Garden
European Starlings as Exotics
Salamander Tunnels
Kingscote Garden
Kennedy Grove and Guild Species
and much more

Find out about. . .

Calder's Falcon
Canfield's Dawn Redwoods
Mem Pest's Scales
Green Library'sBats
The Citrus Garden's Avocado Trees
Cycad Eggs and Sperm
Acorn Woodpeckers and Global Climate Change
and much more
To download the mp3 files, right-click (control-click if you're on a Mac) the link and choose "Save Link As".
Open the files in iTunes. Create a playlist (File>New Playlist) and move the mp3s into it.
After that, just sync your Shuffle. If you have a new Shuffle, you should be able to select the playlist
...The ten minute discussion describes podcast aims.
Download LOOP 2 [ MP3 file--69MB]
...The walk will take approximately one hour and 15 mintes. It begins in the Main Quad (at the walkway the right of Memorial Church and ends back at the Main Quad. [Please note that the Terman Engineering
...building pictured on the map has been demolished.]

Download to Print MAP FOR LOOP 2 [PDF]
...The illustrated map shows the route and stopping points. Please take it with you.
Download LOOP 7 [ MP3 file--60MB]
...The walk will take approximately one hour. It begins at the walkway between the
...Stanford Bookstore and the Stanford Post Office and ends at the Main Quad.
Download to Print MAP FOR LOOP 7 [PDF]
...The illustrated map shows the route and stopping points. Please take it with you.
You might want to take binoculars.

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Supported in part by the Stanford Arts Institute
Technical assistance provided by Kimberly Hayworth and the Academic Technology Lab.
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