Recent Blog Posts About Birding
Great Horned Owl Series Complete Monday, July 10, 2017 - With the creation of an infographic summarizing its natural history, my series featuring the Great Horned Owl is now complete. This image is available as the original pen-and-ink version, a digitally-colored version, and the infographic version. Prints start at $17 with framing available. Clicking on any of the images below will take you to a … Continue reading Great Horned Owl Series Complete
Raptors in Flight Saturday, June 24, 2017 - In response to a question about hawk identification on nextdoor.com (a neighborhood-based social media site), I posted a long discussion about the status of various raptors in our neighborhood. Someone posted a follow-up question about how to tell hawks from falcons in flight. I thought the easiest way to do that would be to post … Continue reading Raptors in Flight
Greater Roadrunner Monday, June 19, 2017 - I see Greater Roadrunners all the time, but only have managed to get good photos once on vacation in Baja California Sur, Mexico. This one almost acted as if it was modeling for me this morning while I was mapping coastal sage scrub in Ventura County. Greater Roadrunners are members of the cuckoo family, and … Continue reading Greater Roadrunner
My Big Day Saturday, May 6, 2017 - [Featured image: An Ash-throated Flycatcher was species 75 for the day.] It was just two weeks ago that I ran 26 miles in 90-something degree heat in the hills around Bouquet Reservoir in the Angeles National Forest. While that may sound laudable (or crazy), it was because I was running the Leona Divide 50 trail race, … Continue reading My Big Day
New Illustration: Red-tailed Hawk Sunday, February 19, 2017 - I’ve just completed my newest illustration of a Red-tailed Hawk. To celebrate the completion of this image, I’m offering 25% off the artist mark-up on everything at http://wildlife.graphics, including this newest illustration. This offer is only available for a limited time using the checkout code in the image below.