A good use for what many consider “waste.”
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.
A dangerous moment, a devoted coyote.
CHANCE: a love note To nature, to truth and beauty, to new experiences. And to you. I hand you this … More
I just came in from a pre-twilight hammock rest and meditation, carrying my light blanket and pillow. One of our … More
First written August, 1991; an observation from Lake Tatlatui, BC – In British Columbia’s Tatlatui Provincial Park, where you’re much … More
This is an excerpt from my story, “A Hunting Day.” Read the full story in my upcoming book on adventures … More
Here are a couple of poems and ballads I wrote while spending time as a naturalist in the Brazilian Pantanal.
I don’t mean flowers or birds, I’m talking about a very special critter called the Velvet Ant. They are found … More