10000 Birds – Waking to Bird Song

T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park reminds me of a commercial that used to be on local television, the tagline of which went something like: long name, amazing results. That’s how I felt about birding at T.H. Stone. My husband and I had been fishing nearby for most of the day, making the…

Duke Nicholas School – Tap the Local Media

Imagine this: you have an amazing project you want to share with the world. You head out into the field or the lab with your camera, carefully taking shots of your plots or instrumentation or study species, painstakingly stitching the clips together back at home. You choose the perfect song to go with your video,…

10000 Birds – My Favorite Anhinga

At the end of October, my family flew to Florida for a multi-day road trip aimed at the beautiful springs. Bubbling up from underground aquifers, the springs are known for their constant 70-72 degree F temperatures and impressive clarity. We had an ambitious itinerary planned: six springs within eight Florida State Parks. Read full post…

Press – Coastal Dune Lakes

I was interviewed on the importance of coastal dune lakes by WJHG! See full story below. My name’s not quite right, but that’s okay 🙂 Click here for WJHG story.

Coastal Angler – Grasses in Classes

The first time I met Brittany Tate, Education Coordinator at the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA), she was knee-deep in the Choctawhatchee Bay, surrounded by a group of students from the Silver Sands School and AmeriCorps members. We stood at the edge of Ross Marler Park on Okaloosa Island, in the middle of a Grasses in…