It is now only four days until I leave for Belize. For those who are not aware, I am traveling to Belize to take part in an archaeology field school. I will be in the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management area from May 22 – June 19, taking part in archaeological excavations and studying Belizean culture. … More The Journey Begins
I have a slightly unusual post to share today. In April, I attended an acoustic ecology workshop. It had nothing to do with big cats, but it was enlightening nonetheless. As such, I have decided to write about it. Acoustic ecology is all about sound. More specifically, it is about how the noises in an environment … More Experiencing Nature through Acoustic Ecology
Wildlife television is an important conservation tool. It can be highly educational, expose viewers to diverse ecosystems, and motivate people to care about far away creatures. Of all the natural history programs I am aware of, Wild Safari Live by WildEarth Media is the most powerful. WildEarth is the brainchild of Emily and Graham Wallington. … More The Enormous Potential of Wild Safari Live
A video of a jaguar hunting a caiman in the Pantanal (National Geographic, 2013).