Recently I read that the last rattlesnake roundup in Georgia is being renewed as a wildlife-friendly festival. Looking at the… Read more The Last Rattlesnake Roundup: Toward a More Sustainable Attraction
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Last week I wrote about why it’s important to preserve all sorts of ecosystems, not just forests. Today I want… Read more The Hidden World of Moss Forests
I love sleep, and I love not having to wake to an alarm. It’s one of my favorite things about… Read more Habitat Restoration: Replacing Invasive Beach Grass with Native
While spring is a time that many people associate with cute baby animals, fall and winter are when breeding season… Read more How Dangerous Are Coyote Encounters?
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Last week I visited my favorite trail at Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. The Cutthroat Climb (named for the cutthroat trout… Read more Nurse Stump: The Ghost of Old Growth Past
One of the many reasons I look forward to fall is the Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey. I’ve been volunteering with… Read more Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey
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