Guest

11/27
2015

On Biology and Bluegrass

****The following is a guest post from wildlife biologist, educator and musician Tate Mason. Tate works as the education director of the interpretive center at the World Center for Birds… Read more »




10/02
2015

Searching for the Vaquita

****The following is another guest post from volunteer Joe Shull who has been assisting on all levels of production with our current shoot for Souls of the Vermilion Sea in San… Read more »




09/23
2015

Joe Shull joins our production team for Souls of the Vermilion Sea!

Joe Shull joins our production team for Souls of the Vermilion Sea! ****The following is a guest blog post from Boise State University biology student and Aquarium of Boise volunteer… Read more »




05/08
2015

RED WOLF REVIVAL: AN UNCERTAIN TOMORROW

****The following is a guest post from our friends at Nestbox Collective, who have recently embarked upon a new and fascinating film project. Roshan Patel and Madison McClintock are both recent… Read more »




07/11
2014

The Great Barrier Reef from a Larva’s Perspective

***The following is a guest post from Stanford University PhD student Tom Hata. In his research of biomechanics, Tom has been forced to develop novel methods for measuring ocean flows… Read more »




06/25
2014

The spider that jumped at me…

***The following is a guest blog post from biologist and researcher Matt Adams. Matt is asking some fascinating research questions about a group of animals that are often unfairly demonized:… Read more »




02/13
2012

New Zealand: Part II

** The following is the second of a two part guest blog series written after Wild Lens board member Karen May returned from a 3-week trip to New Zealand **… Read more »




02/07
2012

Birding in New Zealand

** The following is the first of a two part guest blog series written after Wild Lens board member Karen May returned from a 3-week trip to New Zealand. This… Read more »