Interspecies Travel: A Wide-Eyed Wander in the Wetlands

Halting on the red dirt trail, I squinted against the brightening sky. It had been overcast when I left on my Saturday long run, but now sunshine leaked through the dawn clouds. I should have brought my sunglasses! Or, having completed my mileage, I could switch to an entirely different type of lens. After a … More Interspecies Travel: A Wide-Eyed Wander in the Wetlands

The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Part IV: Resilience

Last March I visited Tasmania, a long-awaited voyage to the home of my favorite childhood animal, the thylacine. Since the trip occurred before I rebooted this blog, I didn’t post about it in real-time. This month I’ll take you on an anniversary tour, posting a highlight from my ecological adventure every Sunday. Catch up on … More The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Part IV: Resilience

The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Pt III: Equality

Last March I visited Tasmania, a long-awaited voyage to the home of my favorite childhood animal, the thylacine. Since the trip occurred before I rebooted this blog, I didn’t post about it in real-time. This month I’ll take you on an anniversary tour, posting a highlight from my ecological adventure every Sunday. Catch up on … More The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Pt III: Equality

The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Pt II: Fragility

Last March I visited Tasmania, a long-awaited voyage to the home of my favorite childhood animal, the thylacine. Since the trip occurred before I rebooted this blog, I didn’t post about it in real-time. This month I’ll take you on an anniversary tour, posting a highlight from my ecological adventure every Sunday. Catch up on … More The Tasmanian Tiger’s Trail, Pt II: Fragility

Eurobodalla Encounters, Pt II: As The World Terns

Many Australians take beach holidays between Christmas and New Years’. My Laddie and I, preferring to beat the crowds, took our coastal trip in late November instead. If you’re an Aussie prudently forgoing holiday travel during the latest COVID outbreak, or a Northern Hemisphere reader seeking a little sea and sunshine to brighten dark solstice … More Eurobodalla Encounters, Pt II: As The World Terns

Guest Posts and Interviews – Spring 2019

I’ve been busy as an endangered bee this spring, but thankfully, the good people of the writing community gave me several opportunities to pause my solitary toil and connect with other humans. Here’s a quick round-up of the guest posts and interviews I’ve done over the past few months. Thanks to the hosts for featuring me! … More Guest Posts and Interviews – Spring 2019