Bighorn sheep and mountain goats inhabit some of the most rugged and forbidding landscapes. Take a look at these amazing animals. Photos by the author
Overcrowding isn't good for plants. What are some of the tools and tricks plants use to spread their seeds. Read on an find out.
Learn how to identify poisonous plants like poison oak, poison sumac, and poison ivy, and what to do if you are exposed.
Anyone who has ever tripped and fallen knows that gravity works. The question is, how does it work for plants? What makes plants grow up and roots grow down? Geotropism is the answer.
Learn about the fascinating finny fish.
The definition of an exotic animal is one that has been imported from another country. Some introductions are well thought out and beneficial. Others have disastrous results. Learn about some of both.
Help to teach kids the basics of an ecosystem!
Earthworms perform an important service in our ecosystem. This hub will help you discover more about these amazing excavators in a way that your kids, or grandkids, will enjoy.
The American bison is often referred to as the symbol of the American West. Join us for a fascinating look at these reminders of the wild and wooly frontier. Unless noted, all photos are by the author.
How do wildlife photographers get so close? One of the keys to great wildlife photography is getting near wild animals without disturbing them. Learn some of the same tricks used by military snipers, bow hunters, and photographers.
After nearly half a century of looking, I've come up with a list of my favorite nature photography spots in the Intermountain West region of the United States.
Knowing which plants are safe to eat and which can help you build a fire or shelter could make any wilderness survival situation much more pleasant.
Although you can survive for up to three days without water, having a safe and drinkable supply will help maintain your health and morale in any survival situation.
One of the excuses people give for not spending time in the outdoors is fear. With an understanding of some basic survival rules there's no reason to be afraid in the great outdoors.