Porch-light visitors in the urban wild.
The most alien of wildflowers, making its first appearance this spring.
Chuckwallas, faux fish eyeballs, diverse bees, and a camera upgrade.
Winter weather, scifi biology, and looking ahead to this year’s nature goals.
Christmas snow, orange jelly tentacles, and year-end accomplishments.
News about nature—or at least new-to-me stuff—that has caught my attention recently. Listening plants, cheating wildlife photographers, and the inevitability of kicking bugs out of your house.
Writing about writing about nature.
New spaces, recent sightings, the power of pockets, and October goals.
Too many fall wildflowers, and some excellent reading.
Interesting plants and injury-based frustrations.
I’m so glad I’m here.
I can’t believe it’s almost September already.
On being behind schedule, and late-summer sights.
Backyard plants, spider friends, and watching nature reclaim a fire-damaged home.
Kiwi vines, spider sleeping bags, and Dog Vomit Slime Mold.
Encountering a new-to-me environment. And mosquitoes. So many mosquitoes.
A jumping spider buddy in early spring.
As noted, duck butt.
Identifying familiar birdcalls, coyote tracks, and caiman faces.
I guess I thought they were basically rocks.