We needed to get away for a little 'mental health' so we set our gaze on the North Cascades for something refreshing to take our minds off the world's woes.
With a bit of creative problem solving we’ve gotten back out in the field to conduct our COASST fieldwork.
You don’t think of sea kayaking as the tool for virus busting but it may be just the perfect tool for social distance.
After months of hoping for a small return to normalcy, we finally drove through the open gates of Mt. Rainier National Park. to see how she had fared during the recent closure.
See a short glimpse of the fieldwork Steve and Theresa performed while on a recent trip to Costa Rica.
I do admit to feeling some guilt for enjoying the outdoors while others are still battling COVID-19. It’s a tough call. Just what is the responsible action to take?
As Costa Rica become a top eco-tourism country, one family decided to preserve the 600 acres of land given to them near La Fortuna to maintain the rich biodiversity living within.
So just what are we to do with our citizen-science projects when COVID-19 derails the best-laid plans?
Stepping on to Whidbey Island is to follow in the steps of Capt. Vancouver and Lt. Puget. The island itself is named after the Sailing Master Joseph Whidbey.
Compared to the other shorebirds on Jaco Beach that morning this Whimbrel seemed enormous, and yet he had the coordination of a ballerina.