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White-headed Sea Eagle

Yesterday in Green-Wood I was enjoying the sun in a section of the cemetery I’d never been in before when a Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalu… 321 more words


Feral Brooklyn

I spend a fair amount of time exploring Brooklyn’s edges. These border zones are absolutely agog with feral cats. Here a few recent sightings.The standard wild city feline is a black and white job. 180 more words


Disability Fieldnotes: January 17-23

Your weekly dose of disability news coverage, commentary and debates.  Enjoy!

Disability and Health Disparities

Hypertension More Prevalent in Individuals with IDD” (The Arc) 175 more words



The Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus varius) is one of the rarer woodpeckers in our city woods. It was harder to see by eye than it looks here in the camera, the feather pattern blending nicely into the bark and the shadow. 94 more words


Casa Luca + First Day of Classes

Following the relentless orientation sessions on Tuesday, I was eager to escape the classroom and have an “authentic Washington, D.C. experience.” From my perspective, there is no better way to celebrate the city than by taking advantage of Restaurant Week. 383 more words

Study Abroad

Raccoon Remains

Magic-hour light on road-kill, scavenged, and partially petrified Raccoon (Procyon lotor).Oh, and good morning!


Sundown Mocking

Normally a study in white and gray, this Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) is colored by the setting sun.