Field Notes in Maine: Seabird Biology and Conservation Entry 3 (Final Entry)

Three weeks ago I was in Maine as an instructor to Hog Island Audubon Camp’s Seabird Biology and Conservation program. I attended the camp last year as a camper, and was lucky to leave a positive enough impression that I was invited back this year as a guest instructor. Hog Island offers many different camps …

Field Notes in Maine: Seabird Biology & Conservation Entry 2

Our campers left this morning, ending their time on Hog Island as part of National Audubon’s Seabird Restoration Program. It was a week packed with activities, workshops and lectures, and one that reminded us that when you’re working in the field, the weather always plays an unpredictable role. The Seabird Biology and Conservation Camp is …

Aerial Acrobats, Painted Bodies, and Meaningful Clothing – RAW Artists Take Over Washington DC

Just over a week ago I took part in an art show at Washington D.C.'s Howard Theatre. Hosted by the organization RAW Artists, the show featured musicians, artists, jewelry and clothing designers, and performers.  RAW Artists is a nonprofit whose mission is to help new or amateur artists gain experience and exposure, and network with …