We might. It’s possible. We could. RMOWP is investigating the possibility that we would hold a conference in Glacier National Park, Montana. We’ve asked for comments and have received a few responses. Let’s hear some more, and especially if you think you would attend a conference up there. Continue reading Glorious Glacier
Winter in the big city can deposit a soft layer of glistening snow; it can encourage hardy birds to remain or migrate in; it can freeze your face off.
Last year I wrote a column on “Wildlife Close to Home”, with feathered friends bearing young, swimming in warm waters. They even wander about the gardens, plucking leaves and petals. In winter it’s surprising how many birds remain, and how many migrate from the north. Once again, we’ll visit popular Washington Park, only about five minutes from my home. Continue reading Winter Close to Home
This column has gone on, in some form, for well over a decade. It has usually involved hikes, or something driven to and then a walk. We’ve never involved a plane flight as the featured mode of transportation. That streak has ended. Continue reading The Flight from Hell