Monthly Archives: December 2018

December Snow

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been feeling quite busy – two weeks ago, I was preparing to give a talk (on the 13th) for the natural history seminar series, and last week I had quite a bit of … Continue reading

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Sitka Nature Show #174 – Kari Sagel and Brooke Schafer

Download Radio Show The December 23rd show featured a conversation with Brooke Schafer and Kari Sagel, hosts of the Sitka Library Show on Raven Radio. This was our third cross over show, and this time we talked about a microscope … Continue reading

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Road-side Naturalizing

Paul Norwood had recently found a couple of new-to-me species that were easily accessible, and offered to take me out to see them. Connor, Rowan, and I joined Paul after lunch and went to Thimbleberry Lake trailhead parking lot. From … Continue reading

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Birding with a Big Year Birder

Yesterday I received a text from someone I know locally asking me if I was interested in taking some visiting birders out to go for the Rustic Bunting. I didn’t have any particular plans, so figured I could do that, … Continue reading

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Falling Snow

The roads this evening seemed like they might be getting a bit icy, when we drove over to the UAS for the talk I was presenting (it was part of the Natural History Seminar series). Later this evening shortly before … Continue reading

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Comet Chasing

This evening I walked downtown with Rowan – she wanted to go to the library, and I wanted to see if skies would be clear enough to see Comet 46P/Wirtanen. I could see the Pleiades, which was not far from … Continue reading

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