The June issue of Science takes note of an important new resource on Darwin and Natural History. The online Biodiversity Heritage Library has made available digitized copies of 419 volumes from Darwin's personal library. Each work is reproduced with Darwin's marginalia, which is also transcribed for ease of reading.
This is a great new archive that nicely compliments these others:
**Darwin Correspondence Project
**Voyage of the Beagle in Blog format
**Darwin's Home: Down House
**American Museum of Natural History: Darwin Exhibition
**American Museum of Natural History: Darwin Digital Library of Evolution
**Evolution of Evolution: 150 Years of Darwin's On the Origin of Species
**The BBC's extensive Darwin Page
**BBC Slideshow of Darwin's Beagle Notebooks
**Melvyn Bragg's series of Darwin programs.
[Check out the In Our Time audio archives as well.]
** New York Times' Darwin page