There are important changes on the horizon: both for this blog and my life. My workload prevents me from constructing a formal announcement just yet, but I will publish one within the next two weeks. I might have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity coming up, and there will be ways for everyone reading this to get involved. … More Stay Tuned…
It has now been over three months since my introduction to qualitative field work in the Mattole Valley. I had hoped to be done with this series long ago, but I have been busy with school and preparing for my thesis. More on that later… But for now I will stumble through my foggy memory … More Mattole Trip Part 5: Sanctuary Forest
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).