I’ve been living outside in Washington State, and more recently Idaho, for about six weeks, after a lifetime east of the Mississippi. There has been a lot of necessary adjustment and acclimation and there have been new animals to meet and many familiar faces among the fields, hedge rows, and forest.Read more "Findings of Fine Fauna"
I don’t think animals worry a lot. Even when there’s snow covering the green grass in April, the birds are moving right ahead with nesting and the groundhogs just wait for some afternoon sun to dispel the chill. The animals simply move ahead with life, providing for their own needs and starting a 2018 generation […]Read more "A Farewell to Winter"
The book I wrote and built this website for is about a more optimistic picture of the eastern environment, one that doesn’t begin by condemning humans for past and current abuses of nature. And it was easy for me to present this optimistic opinion after my long-haul traverse of our recovering eastern forest. It’s […]Read more "Critters A’ Plenty"