Tag Archives: Wildlife

Blue Heaven

In Three Sisters Spring, a highly-visited spring in central Florida by manatees and people watching manatees, there are areas set Read More →

Flying Reindeer

Once upon a time there lived people in northern Siberia, at the top of the planet in a place we Read More →

The Owl

Buddy and I begin our walk at dusk–that time when darkness starts to overtake light, when the mysteries of night Read More →

Pretty Work

I heard the phrase, pretty work, echoing in my fatigued brain as I was crawling into bed at 1am. It was a Read More →

Go Gently

So great is the darkness the only way I can see the hatchlings is to rest on my hands and knees. Read More →

This is the Time

This is the time I love. When all is quiet except the sea. The only voices I hear are in Read More →

Comfortably Numb

“Hello, Is anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home?…. This is not Read More →

Stars and Sea

The Big Dipper hangs at the northern horizon as I push up from the white sand. The stethoscope is still Read More →

Message in a Bottle…#3

It washed up during the sea turtle patrol walk not far from where I turned around. Usually I walk back Read More →

Another World

When I attempt to write about the experience of being surrounded by thirty-three dolphins, it feels as if it’s contained Read More →