Friday Animal Blog
September 30, 2011
For now, I'm going to suspend this beloved little blog, after all, in order to concentrate on my every-Thursday NPR science posting, and on writing my animal-grief book. Once I learn whether I'm to become a regular at NPR- or not- I will reassess. Meanwhile, my deepest thanks for so much support here!
September 23, 2011
My second post at NPR went up yesterday, and brought in some vibrant discussion on the top of ascribing human emotions to animals. (Do check out the comments as well as the text itself.)
My discovery of the week: It takes lots of (more…)
September 16, 2011
As some of you already know, I began a new venture in blogging this week--yesterday, in fact. The science blog 13.7 at NPR asked me to contribute weekly posts on aspects of anthropology and animals. As requested, I made my initial contribution an introductory one, about what fascinates me most within the arena of biological (more…)
September 9, 2011
Labor Day 2011, Iíll never forget. That morning in Wyoming, from where Iíve just returned, all the unruly variables of wildlife observing lined up and offered me an unforgettable bison-watching experience. Iím still on a high from it.
It was (more…)
September 2, 2011
The Friday Animal Blog is, this morning, waking up in Jackson, Wyoming. We'll drive on
the edge of the Grand Teton range today, on into Yellowstone. For months I've been
anticipating a return to this wonderful national park, where in the past we have
seen bison, bears, elk, moose, wolves, coyotes, and many species (more…)