Eyes on Conservation

08/07
2017

The Islands and the Whales: A Film Review

The Faroe Islands sit between Scotland and Iceland in the North Atlantic. The Faroese people are decendents of Vikings. They are an autonomous country within Denmark, however, they are not… Read more »




07/28
2017

Pining for the Field: Burrowing Owls of the West

Girl with a lap-full of Burrowing Owls. Now, how does one happen to find oneself in such a delightful predicament?   Well, it was 2007 and I had applied to a… Read more »




07/21
2017

A Peek Into a Beach-Nesting Seabird Colony

Photos by author.   From Sarasota, I took the bridge to Lido Key, one of multiple barrier islands that line the west coast of the state of Florida. Following the… Read more »




07/17
2017

In Between: A film review

In Between: A short film by wildlife cameraman Rolf Steinmann.  The film takes us straight into a swirling, wind-whipped landscape, white with snow. Mountains rise formidably in the background and… Read more »




07/14
2017

The Feline Intrusion: Cats vs. Wildlife

  I adore kitties. They’re sleek, beautiful, intelligent and still just about as completely wild as they were before humans ever made their acquaintance. Cats are built for agility and speed… Read more »




07/10
2017

Sea of Life- A Film Review and Call to Action!

Sea of Life– Written, Directed and Produced by Julia Barnes “The ocean produces most of the oxygen in the air we breathe. It’s home to 80% of all life on… Read more »




06/30
2017

Fourth of July is already popping!

Ah, the Fourth of July. It is nearly upon us and with it we begin to hear the familiar pop, pop, pop of fire crackers grow louder and more incessant… Read more »




06/23
2017

Happy #PollinatorWeek!

  A Celebration of Pollinators, by Stacey M. Hollis via @stacebird Brush up on pollinators and their benefits to humans, nature and the environment: Brush up for Pollinator Week!




06/16
2017

Brush up for Pollinator Week!

Take that flower and pollinate it. According to a United Nations-sponsored report released in February of last year, which draws on the research findings of about 3,000 scientific papers, 40 percent… Read more »




05/26
2017

Extinction Reversed, But At What Cost?

Imagine a living mammoth, flesh and bone, once again lumbering across the plains, rejoining life on earth in the 21st century. Despite having gone extinct thousands of years ago, some scientists of… Read more »