A chronicle of my observations as I learn about the Natural History of the area around Sitka, Alaska.
Love the web site! Just found you and enjoyed checking it out – love the pics.
I take pics of things in interior Alaska for my webpages, mostly. I’ve been in
Fairbanks for almost 29 years! I love it! I would say I am a naturalist at heart.
My Bachelor’s Degree is in Biology. I love the nature here. Well enough, just
wanted to say hello and thanks for the great observations and pictures!
I have been visiting your site for a long time, it is one of my favorites!
I have a partial photo of a bird I took on Feb 11 08 on the UAS ramp and would like to know
if you can identify it for me.
Thanks, hope to hear from you soon.
Is this blog still monitored? I am very interested in learning more about what you refer to as “hot foot trails”…
Yes, it’s still active – just haven’t posted much over the past few months. I don’t know a great deal about the hot foot trails, but perhaps I can put something together at some point.
Hey Matt I stumbled across your 3 pics of the sharp shinned hawk you took while researching the bird for the SE Hummingbird Festival. I would like your permission to draw a pen & ink line drawing from one of the three and submit it for the juried art show here in Ketchikan. If you don’t mind then I’d also like to include a copy of the picture and give you and the site credit while it is on display thru May. I only have a week to the deadline so I may not even be able to finish in time as I have a 2 year old son, newborn twins and work 50+ hrs a week, so a quick response is necessary. Thanks for time, Bianca
I would like to get permission to use one of your Plantago maritima photos in an UAF Cooperative Extension Publication which we’re updating. Can you contact me via email? Thank you