2018 Natural History Calendar

December 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Each Fall I create a unique limited-edition calendar containing some of my favorite images captured during the past year. I try to include a mixture of landscapes, plants, and animals and also try to match the image with the season as best I can. The calendar is printed single-sided on 8.5×11″ cover stock and is spiral bound at the top. I only prin...
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Southern Africa

August 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We spent most of the month of July experiencing Africa for the first time - this blog entry gives a brief summary of our trip. You can jump right to a full gallery of photos by clicking the link below. In addition to photographs, the gallery includes Google Earth maps from each of our stops with GPS tracks of our daily routes overlaid. Southern Af...
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2017 Natural History Calendar

December 15, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Each Fall I create a unique limited-edition calendar containing some of my favorite images captured during the past year. I try to include a mixture of landscapes, plants, and animals and also try to match the image with the season as best I can. The calendar is printed single-sided on 8.5×11″ cover stock and is spiral bound at the top. I only prin...
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Mount Diablo Buckwheat

September 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Until a few years ago, the diminutive Mount Diablo Buckwheat wildflower (Eriogonum truncatum) was thought to be extinct. It had last been seen in 1936 by botanist and co-founder of Save Mount Diablo, Dr. Mary Bowerman, but hadn't been observed for the subsequent 69 years. Then in 2005 graduate student, Michael Park, discovered a small population of...
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Image of the Month - June 2016

July 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Black-bellied Whistling Duck Another trip to South Florida brought another visit to the Wakodahatchee Wetlands (see the January 2016 image of the month). Not surprisingly, things had changed in the six months since our last visit. Gone were the Palm Warblers that seemed to be in every shrub and tree. Purple Gallinules were also scarce. However, th...
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