Author Archives: matt goff

About matt goff

I am an aspiring naturalist who seeks to learn all that I can about the more-than-human aspects of this place that is my home.

Dew Circle on Window

A couple of weeks ago on a clear morning after days of moisture, there was much dew to be found around. I was a little surprised to see this window with condensation (on the outside) leaving the clear circle in … Continue reading

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Fall Firsts

Sunset clouds from a couple days ago. The first fall gale arrived today. Seas are up to over 17 feet out at the buoy with winds over 30 kts and gusts over 40 kts. Winds haven’t been so strong in … Continue reading

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Mosquito Cove

With a pretty good fall gale forecast to arrive tomorrow, this seemed like it might be the last opportunity for the year to get out in conditions approaching summer (~60F and sunny). Rowan suggested we go out to Mosquito Cove, … Continue reading

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Tuesday Evening Sunset

Tuesdays are shaping up to be full days, and today was not an exception. I did not spend too much time outside today, but did take a few minutes this evening to get some pictures of the colorful sunset. Although … Continue reading

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Investigating Old Scat

Connor was investigating this old scat that he found on a log, or I probably wouldn’t have noticed it. Although the age seems to have deteriorated the form significantly, making it a bit more difficult to tell what sort of … Continue reading

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Brown Bear Swimming Hole

I recently got around to processing and publishing some trail cam video of a bear swimming in a muskeg pool. Be sure to watch the whole thing to see the surprise at the end.

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