Microbe-filled moss, turtles lurking in the underbrush, these are some of the crazy animals I encountered in a waterlogged Huntley Meadows. Let's take one more look at this green paradise, in my 75th Wildlife Vlog.
This week, I slog through the water-logged trails of Huntley Meadows Park, to see what creatures have benefited from all of our rainy weather.
This week, I explore some of the life growing around, and in, Kingstowne Park's Pond.
I spotted all sorts of creatures at Olander and Margaret Banks Park, including a red tailed hawk on the hunt.
On a simple walk to the metro, I ran into all types of wildlife.
For my 70th Wildlife Vlog, I take a walk around the neighborhood to observe some birds, and take a close (microscopic) look at wet tree bark.
This week, we'll observe the wildlife of Kingstowne Park, including some cute song birds, moss dwelling rotifers, and a large toothed mammal terrorizing the trees of Kingstwone. That and more in my 69th Wildlife vlog.
For my 68th wildlife vlog, we'll take a brief survey of the winter wildlife surrounding Island Creek's small neighborhood pond.
Humans aren't the only ones celebrating valentine's day this year.
For my 67th Wildlife Vlog, I'll explore the wooded area bordering some train tracks, to see what wildlife I can find.
In my 66th Wildlife Vlog, I examine animal tracks, and take a close look at a poison ivy vine.
This week we'll take a look at the cool wildlife (and the cool technology) that I spotted in old town, along the Potomac River.
For my 64th wildlife vlog, we'll explore how Huntley Meadow's wildlife is coping with the cold temperatures.
Cold weather seemed to drive the wildlife inside, but I still found plenty to film for my 63rd Wildlife Vlog.
Once again, I spent my thanksgiving in San Antonio Texas, visiting family. Let's take a look at the wildlife I encountered there.
This week, we'll explore what my cameras recorded while I was away in Mexico.
I saw lots of cool and interesting creatures, during my final days aboard E/V Nautilus. Let's take a look at some of them in my 59th Wildlife Vlog.
The E/V Nautilus made a brief stop in La Paz, Mexico, where there was all sorts of interesting wildlife to see.
This week, we'll be looking at the wildlife I've encountered so far, while working out at sea aboard the E/V Nautilus.
For my 56th Vlog, we'll take a tour of American University's wildlife.
For my 55th Wildlife Vlog, we'll explore the creatures of the Georgetown Canal.
There's plenty of nature to see, even on your daily commute. This is my 54th Wildlife Vlog
In my 53rd wildlife vlog, I'll reveal my DIY method for filming the eclipse, and show you how I'm getting some of my microscopic shots.
In my 52nd wildlife vlog, we'll take a retro rewind, looking at nature through the lens of darkroom photography.
Birds, bees (actually wasps), and microbes are all gearing up for winter at Burke Lake Park.
This week we'll investigate a red water mystery at Huntley Meadows, and take another look at the park's incredible biodiversity.
In this week's wildlife vlog, we'll explore the moral quandaries of gardening.
This week we'll take a close look at some bright orange sludge, visit a green frog nursery, and try to make mold a little less disgusting.
For my 46th wildlife vlog, we'll observe birds on the lookout, ravenous rabbits, ants on a mission, and some unlucky baby mosquitos.
In my 45th wildlife vlog, flower bloom, insects indulge in agriculture, and I do battle with a parasite!
I spend this episode observing aquatic avian predators, and all sorts of reptiles at Huntley Meadows Park.
In this week's wildlife vlog, I timelapse a Tulip Poplar, revisit a sparrow nest, and take a close look at the cracks in my sidewalk.
In my 42nd wildlife vlog, tadpoles flee in terror, some 17 year cicadas are rising early, and my American Holly tree has finally bloomed.
This week I dodge poison ivy, visit some dedicated mothers, and prevent a plague in my back yard.
This week I witnessed multiple instances of animal mortality, observed cold blooded competitors, and take my underwater microscope for a test drive.
This week we'll take a brief look at the spring wildlife in Burke Lake Park.
There were all sorts of birds, snakes hopped up on hormones, and more this week at Huntley Meadows Park.
In this week's wildlife vlog, we'll see birds gearing up for the spring, and visit the macro and microscopic world of my back yard.
This week was filled with invaders: norway rats, an encroaching tree, and tenacious termites. This is my 36th Wildlife Vlog.
With all of the crazy weather, it was an interesting time to be a wildlife filmmaker.
In my 34th Wildlife Vlog, we take notes from a professional dumpster diver, define the word "grub", and much more.
In my 33rd wildlife vlog, we'll observe squirrels on a date, visit a roadside diner, and spy on some ninjas of the soil.
On this week's wildlife vlog, we take a look at all sorts of waterfowl, and I take another crack at timelapsing mold growth.
In this week's wildlife vlog, we take a look at some birds, and a microbe war is mounting in my fridge.
What does a pile of geese poop have in common with a songbird pruning? Find out this week, on my 30th wildlife vlog.
For my 29th wildlife vlog, I investigate a songbird's diet by visiting the world of invertebrates.
A flotilla of waterfowl, a chorus of crows, and a mysterious presence in my moldy sweet potato. This is my 28th Wildlife Vlog.
In my 27th Wildlife vlog, I take a look at songbirds, a massive murder of crows, and mysterious holes in the Huntley Meadows ice.
From birds, to squirrels, to the underwater microscopic world. My 26th wildlife vlog takes place entirely at Huntley Meadow's Park.
There's no escape from a squirrel (if you're a seed). And from birds to microbes beneath the waves, I encountered a lot of swarms this week. Here is my 25th wildlife vlog. Happy New Year's Eve!
Birds have no table manners, home is hell for an insect, and some microbes simply like it cold. Here is my 24th wildlife vlog. Merry Christmas Eve Everyone!
Whether songbird or small protist, everyone is effected by the subzero temperatures. Here is my 23rd wildlife vlog.
From birds and squirrels bracing for winter, to the microscopic world of my backyard pond. Here is my 22nd wildlife vlog.
In this episode, we'll explore the biodiversity of the San Antonio Zoo.
Lizards on the loose, a cute dog with a disgusting chew toy. You can see this and more in my 20th wildlife vlog.
Supermoon silhouettes, encounters with a red fox. You can see this and more in my 19th wildlife vlog.
Roving black vultures, tadpoles in terror. See this and more in my 18th Wildlife Vlog.
Grey squirrel on patrol duty, a flood of nematodes. See this and more in my 17th Wildlife Vlog.
Hello everyone, here is my eleventh wildlife vlog (video blog).
Hello everyone, here is my tenth wildlife vlog (video blog).
Hello everyone, here is my ninth wildlife vlog (video blog).
Here is the eighth video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the seventh video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Alright, I'm starting it up again! Here is the sixth video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the fifth video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the fourth video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the third video of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the second of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.
Here is the first of a weekly videocast I am making about the wildlife I see out on my nature walks.