What is birding? How do I become a birdwatcher? Do I have to be an early-riser? All these questions and more answered in An Intro to Birding.
Once known as the "Great American Desert" and "Sea of Grass," the Great Plains are an environment as powerful as it is underestimated. A land where thunder rumbles on sunny days, wildfires and blizzards stabilize the land and the only constant is the wind and its unpredictability. The Great Plains is a truly amazing ecosystem … Continue reading The Great Plains: Mosaic of Life
When studying wildlife a few words or phrases might continue to pop up on different sites or videos. If you aren't used to hearing or seeing these phrases that get thrown around by people in the Natural Resources industry, all they might do is go over your head. It's not uncommon for me to get … Continue reading Conservation Vocab
They fly higher than eagles (or any bird for that matter), have a family tree more complicated than anyone ever thought and mean way more to us than we think they do! Vultures are an amazing group of birds that sadly has gotten a bad reputation in western culture. Normally associated with the villains in … Continue reading The Amazing Vulture!
In my 21 years on this planet, I have yet to meet someone that didn’t get any joy from exploring the outdoors. Hiking, bird-watching, photography, camping and my all time favorite, sitting in a chair outside just to read a good book. Being outdoors has quite a few impacts on ourselves that we’ve started to notice, … Continue reading How to be a Sustainable Explorer
Earth Day may only last for 24 hours, but that doesn't mean that we have to stop thinking about our shared home. Here are 8 ways to celebrate Earth in our daily lives!
Did you know, you can see tons of wildlife from the comfort of your own home? Here's some of my tips on what you can do to attract and
Take it from me, Ecology is the most fun, complex, humbling and intriguing study ever. Want to learn more about it?