Recently, a friend of mine sent along a link to a post on the blog Nature Bats Last (what a great name for a blog!), asking me to forward this post to my son (which I did). A couple of days later, my son sent me an email asking if I’d read the piece, and how depressing it was. Well, it took some time, but I finally sat down last night (after finishing filling out financial aid forms for my college-bound son this week) to finish reading this very long and heavily referenced post. [Read More]
Archives for January 2014
Fifty winters after my emergence on earth I climbed to the top of a dune and surveyed the beach below. Over a hundred primates were reveling near the frothy foot of Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain. Half were splashing in the cold Oregon surf, hollering amid the elements. Others kept to dry sand, recording the briny romp with little gadgets.