Today a group of us from the Sandia Mountain Bear Collaborative are Bowling for Rhinos to support the Albuquerque Zoo. My bowling “skills” are non-existent but it is for a good cause. Life has been busy lately. Finally getting a chance to slow down a bit. The forest has been closed under drought conditions, but […]
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I took some pictures while visiting the Alameda Zoo in Alamagordo. Thought I would share them here. This is Rocky. He’s really mellow, and when I did the slow blink to him, he did it back! As you can see, he has huge paws! This is Nicole. She was resting, and very mellow on a […]
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Hi! I haven’t written in a while. Lots of stuff been going on, although some of it health issues. Spent a couple of months in a depression, then been working my way out of it over the last few months or so. But, but… but – everything is getting so much better! Work (my day […]
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Santa Fe on Saturday October 28 at 4:45pm at the CCA and in Albuquerque on October 29 at 1:00pm at the Guild. The movie and panel presentation is a Wildlands Network presentation! Sponsored by New Mexico Wildways! Hosted and co-sponsored by Albuquerque Wildlife Federation, BirdsEye View GIS, Defenders of Wildlife, Ecotone Landscape Planning, New Mexico Wilderness […]
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I took a class in casting prints of wildlife from Mitch Johnson and Peter Callen of Pathways. The class was really good, and amid puns of “come to the casting call” and “someday my prints will come” attendees learned a lot about getting good casts of wildlife prints! We were using 30-minute set (or so) […]
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During my work today at the museum, I was logging Voles (red-backed, gray-sided red-backed, and Southern red-backed), Collared, Alpine, and Turkestan Red Pika, and Least Weasels. Also logged one Mexican Harvest Mouse, and a Stout. The skin of the Stout is below. Google has some good images of these animals in the wild. I never […]
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