5 Favorite London Photos of 2014

Earlier this year we took a trip to London. It was the second time we've visited the city only this time we had a toddler with us which made it a whole different experience. We visited a lot of...

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The Experience of 10,000 Crows

Every night from fall to spring, upwards of 10,000 crows fly from downtown Seattle and other surrounding areas to the University of Washington's Bothell campus, located on the far north end of Lake Washington. They are here for their...

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Book Preview:: Second Nature

I'm excited to bring you a preview of a book from an author intimately acquainted with urban wildlife habitat in Seattle. You may remember the Montlake Fill from the post Marsh Madness (Brackishology):: Marsh & Foster Islands and 'the Fill'. The...

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Magnuson Park:: Reconstructed Wetlands

Magnuson Park is located in Seattle along Lake Washington, north of the University of Washington. The park has a long history of dramatic land use change and part of it has now come back full circle. In the days...

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The Zoomazium Green Roof:: Revisited with other Zoo Highlights

Last February I visited the Woodland Park Zoo to view the green roof on the Zoomazium building. At that point, in 2010, the roof was about four years old already so I didn't expect dramatic changes when I revisited recently....

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Marsh Madness (Brackishology):: Marsh & Foster Islands and ‘the Fill’

  This post is for Marsh Madness, an idea from Ken Lo at the Connected by Nature Blog. "Brackishology n., (brackish, slightly salty, as in the combination of seawater & fresh water, + ology, the study of) the study of...

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