Life is fragile, poignant, and potentially filled with great joy.
Sunshine, rain, and everything in between. Spring is on its way.
A story from my next book “Follow Your Dog,” a lesson learned when observing a great raptor migration.
My poem “Nature’s Child,” which I wrote for my daughter Lyndsay after the birth of her daughter Dezla.
CHANCE: a love note To nature, to truth and beauty, to new experiences. And to you. I hand you this … More
A writing exercise I gave myself in 1981, brief descriptions, one or two sentences in length, showing one general characteristic. … More
Here are a couple of poems and ballads I wrote while spending time as a naturalist in the Brazilian Pantanal.
A tidbit for your (in)digestion: Newborn earth – pure ocean and space Billions of years builds a human race
One of my favorite poems, a nineteenth century ballad titled “Lasca,” by Frank Desprez, reminds me of the jungle peccary stampede … More
About cellphone-destroyed childhood and losing our species-soul through super fast living and “tech changes,” disregarding nature as the most important … More