In the past 10 years, I’ve written more than 30 feature articles about wildlife and wild places — and learned something from the process of producing each one.
The best way to see my latest stuff is to subscribe to Arizona Wildlife Views magazine. Here are links to give you a taste of my work:
- “Humpback Haven” takes you to the Little Colorado River, where endangered native fishes survive and even thrive. For a photo tour of the Little Colorado River, visit words4wildlife on Flickr.
- “Wild at Art” celebrates a program offered by the Art Institute at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum that combines artistic excellence with interest in the natural world.
- “She’s Aiming High” takes aim at the increasing popularity of target shooting.
- “A Walk in the Garden” is a road trip to Arizona’s delightful botanical gardens.
One of my favorite research projects became Condor ER [Adobe Acrobat PDF]. Here’s a small set of photos from that assignment.
Tell me what you think of these stories. Ask me how I researched and wrote them. Share your own experiences with writing about wildlife and wild places. I’d love to hear from you!