This is a shameless bit of self-promotion to let you know that I’ve created my first portfolio type: Research. This is where I’ll keep you all updated on my scholarly endeavors; and, when possible, post downloadable files to any research-based documents I produce. My first portfolio project in the Research category is, of course, my […]
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I have exciting news: The Jaguar and Allies has been named a top 25 wildlife blog.
The Roost’s February ’19 edition has something for everybirdie: Morty is beak-deep in technological problems, again, with Alexa, but with help and commiseration from Rocco, Morty just might have a couple of (albeit hilarious) solutions! Cheeks’ latest comic strip provides a lesson on grooming. Bubbles and Zack help parront Sherri appreciate the value – and […]
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I do not usually publish ‘stay tuned’ alerts on this blog, but this time I must. I am working on a post that has me truly excited, because it features an individual whose work has been a primary source of inspiration for me for many years. While I was studying mental health counseling at Cleveland […]
The time has come. For a while I have felt like I had outgrown my blog, and I have decided to do something about it. New Theme First of all, you probably noticed that I have changed The Jaguar and Allies’ theme. For those who do not know, the way WordPress works is that authors can […]
Wasn’t quite sure what I’d find underneath the tarp placed over the Muskoka chairs last fall, but all is good – no spiders, just a little bit of ice and snow. Can’t wait to enjoy some warm spring and hot summer daydreaming from the deck.
Dozens of gold and purple finch ascended on the bird feeders over the last two weeks, probably wondering where and when spring will come to their territory. Despite having to shoot through the bay window, I managed to take a few nice photos of the finch on both the clothes line and feeders.
Despite winter’s extended strangle hold on early spring, these beauties were a most welcomed sight.