Tucker: A Poo-sniffing Dog.
Good old Tucker is a whale researcher. He is trained to lead humans to where they can collect poo from the Northwest’s resident Orcas for analysis.Read More
This blog has enjoyed a month’s vacation which turned out to be very hot for our island. For much of that time two ceiling fans revolved over my couch, ice water close at hand. From my horizontal perspective, I had time to ponder how local weather relates to climate change.Read More
Well, it’s spring and nature is doing her best to outshine herself here in the Northwest. Along with tulips blooming about three weeks early, the migration of whales has started up, and . . .Read More
Things have changed. Human actions create threats to the planet. New ways arise to counter threats, challenging old ways. Controversies create new patterns, third parties pile on, side issues get mixed in. Proposed whaling by the Makah tribe . . .Read More
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