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Oodles of Owls

Ok, I’ll be honest. No more promises of photo updates to this site, it’ll happen when it’ll happen. :) But, I can promise a new update from camp, right now. Baby owls, baby wolves and other camp stories, ready and … Continue reading

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Owl TiVo

I guess I’ll start this with a promise to add pictures to my website soon, but camp life is keeping me plenty busy. I’m hoping to revamp the gallery layout a bit, but it seems like such a big undertaking … Continue reading

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Attack of the Pineapple Express

I know, it sounds like some weird children’s TV show. San Diego has been besieged by water in the form of a tropical current from Hawai’i. Thankfully, our roof and windows have held up better this time around than during … Continue reading

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Work, Winter, Baseball

Let’s see. So much chaos in the past few weeks. Chris put in his two-weeks notice the end of last month so Tina and I were subjected to an intensive two-week course on Chris’ job (Bioacoustic Technician. We’re not taking … Continue reading

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Combat Owl Photography

For winding down, it sure feels like we’re winding up. Less than one week of data collection to go and I’m still as busy as ever. The behavior outings have been exciting all summer, but even more so now since … Continue reading

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Countdown

One month to go! End of season fever has been sweeping through camp. We’ve begun counting down the days until breakdown. The seasonal crew members are looking and interviewing for their next jobs. And I’m trying to figure out how … Continue reading

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Back to the Gila

Well, I made it up the mountain just fine, despite Mother Nature’s attempts to the contrary. I left San Diego the end of March and drove straight through Arizona (which was almost entirely a beautiful thunder and lightning and rain … Continue reading

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Pigs, Worms, Devils, and Owlets

One more week! I’m excited to go home (can you tell?). It’s been a good season, but a long one. Trying and tiring, but still an amazing season. Clarke made it out to visit for the Fourth of July. We … Continue reading

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Festivaaaaaaaaaaaal!

Colorado is beautiful! It’s amazing to me just how different mountains can be. The mountains in our forest here look nothing like the mountains in Telluride, yet both are amazing in their own ways. I took off solo for Telluride … Continue reading

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The Sky is Falling!

Not only do I have skylights in my tent, but now I have air conditioning too. We had the biggest hailstorm yesterday that I’ve ever seen out here. And a few pieces of hail managed to find their way through … Continue reading

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