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Not So Many Critters of the Worm Bin

When I first started this blog, I made a video called Critters of the Worm Bin. It is a worm’s eye view of all of the different critters you will find in a typical worm bin. 264 more words


Change in the weather

I don’t know if John Fogerty had climate change in mind when he released this song in 1986, but the ‘weather’ is certainly a hot topic nearly 30 years later. 775 more words


"tree frogs are ignoring their ladders"

We’re promised a hot dry summer here on the west coast of British Columbia and I believe it. Almost no rain for the whole month of May, plants three weeks ahead of themselves, the tomato vines laden with blossom. 82 more words

In Nature, One Thing Always Leads To Another...

Clouds that look like they are aching to release their rain have rolled in, but earlier today the sun was shining brightly and I knew the odds of finding the largest salticid in this area was very good. 1,218 more words

Olympic Peninsula

Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

The Pacific Tree Frog changes color, green or brown; grows up to 2 inches and travels on big ground amongst huge leaves, twigs and grasses. 21 more words

Island Living

The many (and changeable) colors of the Pacific tree frog

We spend a lot of time looking for junco nests in my field work, which means we spend a lot of time looking at the ground, which means we see a lot of these little guys: 313 more words