A hurricane felled a tree last week. Here is its underside: roots, dirt, a tiny sea. Now a new universe will form. Things will burrow,
I gofor the birdsong,smell of pines,disorderly orderof the forest it ownsmysteries, miracles – trees –some reach a hundred feetto the skysome lay across the trailspawn
My primary volunteer activity at Armand Bayou is serving as an assistant guide on night hikes. These hikes are a great way to enhance the experience of the natural setting; sighted people especially may not be very aware of the smells or sounds of their environment.
Last July my husband and I were walking along the boardwalk with ABNC Volunteer Coordinator Elisa O’Neal. She was leading us on our new volunteer
If ever there were an owl that resembled Superman, it would be the great horned owl (Bubo virginianus). Apex predators, these huge owls dive silently
One of the highlights of the time I spend as a volunteer on night hikes at Armand Bayou is owl sightings. We usually see them
We left the forest and walked onto the prairie – two hike guides, a guest family of three, and me taking up the rear. One