We heard the hawk before we saw it. On the corner railing of our back deck, perched a red-shouldered hawk. But as I snapped photos through our kitchen window, I had yet to learn of the red-shouldered variety of hawk. 766 more words
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As I’ve noted in the earlier post, I’ve travelled through central California in August, from San Francisco, to Los Angeles. Reading ‘Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction… 1,004 more words
iNaturalist is a daughter of California Academy of Sciences. The latter host some of the best branch research team in the world.
For some time, Amateur Branching has been looking for ways for naturalists to share their field observations. 1,802 more words
The University Center Gaylord and partners including Huron Pines will host their second annual BioBlitz and Biodiversity Festival to answer the call from the National Geographic Society and The National Parks Service in celebration of the National Parks Service’s 100th anniversary. 410 more words
As my plane descended toward the Cleveland airport I looked out the window and saw green. Lawns, trees. Lawns, trees. Repeat. As I pulled off the freeway and into Cuyahoga Valley National Park, all that were left were the trees (I’d find the lawns later). 1,159 more words