Monthly Archives: May 2014

Field Notes and Nature Journaling

Darwin sketched those Galápagos finches that illuminated the complexity of evolution. John Muir included detailed illustrations in the journal of his 1000-mile trek to the Gulf: a saw palmetto curves gracefully across one page, while a cabbage palmetto towers on … Continue reading

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Yellowstone’s Wonders: Bison Missing Tails

“Oh!” “What?” The large bison meandered down the road. We didn’t have much choice but to wait patiently until he moved off the edge of the pavement. No matter. We weren’t rushed on this trip through Yellowstone – our annual … Continue reading

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