Archive for the ‘Q&A’ Category

Jonathan Slaght Q&A

October 22, 2014

I love all kinds of wildlife and I don’t think there is anything cooler and wilder than Blakiston’s Fish Owl. The largest owl in the world was in the news a few (more…)


Kathryn Lord Q&A

October 20, 2014

Back in 2009, I attended a conference on carnivores and among all the alpha male presenters was a quiet and scholarly young lady who spoke on wolves, (more…)

Niki Rust Q&A

September 3, 2014

It’s always a pleasure to find a fellow blogger that you enjoy reading as much as your own. 🙂 Niki Rust is just such a blogger, who happens to be a PhD (more…)

Mary Ann Bonnell Q&A

September 2, 2014

I first met Mary Ann Bonnell in 2011 when my wife and I attended a talk she gave at REI entitled “Sex, Lies and Rattlesnakes”. Based on the title alone (more…)

Imogene Davis Q&A

August 20, 2014

I like to seek out wildlife biologists who are doing unsung work in the field; they are helping to advance our knowledge for pitiful pay and very little (more…)

E.J. Milner-Gulland Q&A

August 12, 2014

As is fairly evident, I have expanded this blog and especially the Q&A segment to anything I find fascinating.  I suppose I should change the blog’s name to (more…)

Marine Drouilly Q&A

August 4, 2014

One of the best parts of running this blog is that I can reach out to interesting researchers to find out about their field work. One such biologist is Marine (more…)

David Jachowski Q&A

May 27, 2014

Readers of this blog will remember that I recently recommended David Jachowski’s book, Wild Again, about the reintroduction of black-footed (more…)

Will Stolzenburg Q&A

November 5, 2013

Some writers you feel you should read in order to be well-versed in a particular field. And others you want to read, because they weave magic with words. (more…)

Very cool Q&A on tap!

September 27, 2013

Hey All- Just a little teaser about an upcoming Q&A. I’m happy to report that one of my favorite authors, William Stolzenburg (Where the Wild Things Were),