Category: Wildlife

Mongolia Monday- Real Mongolian BBQ (Boodog)

Summer is here and I thought I’d present a photo essay on one of the most beloved foods in Mongolia….marmot. Say “tarvaga” to the average Mongolian and watch their eyes light up. Unfortunately, the native Siberian marmots have gone from occupying the steppes in the millions to Endangered […]

Fieldwork And Fun On The East Coast

I’m back from my latest trip, which was a great combination of work and play. It started with being one of the jurors for the Society of Animal Artists‘ prestigious national juried show “Art and the Animal” which, along with the board meeting the next day, was held […]

The Sea Of Cortez-An Album Of Images

What a trip it was! The whole package…great scenery, interesting animals, terrific traveling companions who are also great artists and, in 2013, the exhibition at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum to top it off. I’ll be blogging about specific aspects of this experience and the art that I plan […]

Hawaiian Birds-A Cautionary Tale

Unfortunately, most of the birds one will see in Hawaii are not native. It’s a long story, but the introduction of rats, cats and dwarf mongooses, along with habitat loss, have wreaked havoc with the native birds, many of whom are, or were, ground-nesters. Thirty-one species have gone […]