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A Mule Deer beds down in a yard across the river an Osprey perches atop an alder tree, scanning the rushing water for a brown or rainbow trout, two eagles soar high over the landscape, they lock talo…

A Mule Deer beds down in a yard across the river an Osprey perches atop an alder tree, scanning the rushing water for a brown or rainbow trout, two eagles soar high over the landscape, they lock talons and tumble twice in their embrace. This is see from the balcony of my room at the Absoroka Lodge, in Gardiner Montana, on the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park. I have been asked to help lead a trip for the Wolf Conservation Center of South Salem. With the help of Wildlife Biologists, Nathan… Continue

Posted on May 23, 2010 at 10:00pm

Amphibian Amble

Posted on May 21, 2010 at 7:30am

Field Report: Seals in Long Island Sound

From the journal, November 29th: "We are heading out on Long Island Sound today in search of seals that have migrated from the Gulf of Maine and Canada to spend the winter in the relatively warmer waters of Long Island Sound. Low tide is around 3:00, sun is shining and wind almost non existent. Seas should be calm and seals should be sun bathing on the rocks."



There are a number of popular seal haul-out sites off the coast of Greenwich,… Continue

Posted on November 29, 2009 at 11:00am

Assateague Island

At 5:30 a.m. we were off to the southern part of Assateague Island. It is a barrier island off the coast of Maryland and Virginia, and as such, a storm recently ravaged the island with wind speeds up to 70 mph. The island itself, a National Park, just reopened to the public but with limited access. The gate to the park opens automatically at 6:00 a.m. and we were second in line to go across to the island. Ahead and behind us were fishermen heading to… Continue

Posted on November 23, 2009 at 11:30am

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