The Adventures of a Field Biologist and Boy Explorer
Birds and Celebrations
A Baltimore Oriole in Duxbury and fine photography (and other celebrations) in Cabot.
Vermont Dragonfly and Damselfly Atlas – Season Summary: 10,000 Odes and Growing
Highlights from Vermont’s year in dragonflies.
A Snowy Owl struck some nice poses for me in Randolph, Vermont, on Monday.
Your Best Field Guides Aren’t Apps
What’s true for movies is true for nature apps: the book is better. If you really want to learn nature, anything from bogs to bumblebees, get an actual book. Here’s my buyer’s guide.
Getting Gulls – My Presentation in Montpelier on December 21
You want elegance on the wing? Audacity on the beach? You gotta get with gulls. I hope to see you for this presentation in Montpelier on Thursday, December 21.
Light and Tides
An adventure in birds (no turkeys) from the Maine coast.
The “Snowy Owl Scoop” Takes Flight
I’ve just launch the Snowy Owl Scoop — all sorts of online resources for meeting your Snowy Owl needs this winter, including a sightings map.
Snowy Owls Arrive
As I had predicted, the Arctic came visiting this past weekend. Snowy Owls were discovered in Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts and elsewhere across the northern U.S.
Snowy Owl Alert
This cold front could bring more than snow to New England: be on the lookout for Snowy Owls.
The “Shadow” from a Halloween Dragonfly
A Halloween Pennant (Celithemis eponina) and its shadow on the beach at Bahia Honda State Park on Big Pine Key, Florida.
Getting Goosed This Autumn
In the angled light and wide open spaces of the Champlain Valley this autumn, I suggest that you get goosed.
A Love Letter to Monhegan Island
Sure, I miss the birds and vistas on one of the most beautiful places on this Earth. But what I miss most is the Monhegan melting pot.