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The Start of the Program

Well, I had a day to explore the botanical gardens, but right now my program, SIT Ecuador: Comparative Ecology and Conservation, has a officially start. I can’t say I’m complaining, though: I get to basically go birdwatching (and listening) as an assignment, and tomorrow we’re off to Yanacocha Forest Reserve, a.k.a. 275 more words


I was interviewed for my bucket list

Aren’t having bucket lists great? I think so. That’s why I have one.

I was recently interviewed by The Sputnik, a paper I used to work for at Laurier Brantford, for an article on bucket lists.  103 more words


Yellowstone 'Super Eruption' Could Blanket U.S. in Ash, Study Finds

If Yellowstone erupted into a massive, ash-spewing volcano, how far might the plume travel across the continental United States? From coast to coast, blanketing every city in ash, … 163 more words

Volcano Crater Sunset

As seen from the top of Grábrók volcano crater, the sun sets over the ridge line and another crater in Iceland.


An Isle of Mist

A sense of expectation hung ripe in the air. Mingled with the anticipation of my co-travellers, it seemed to intensify as we climbed winding hilly roads, leading to the most northerly island in the Inner Hebrides, in our four-wheel drive. 1,736 more words


This aerial video of an Iceland volcano about to erupt is too hot to handle

A Nordic man in a plane got some of the best footage of the early stages what will be Iceland’s massive volcanic eruption.

Nature left to its devices is truly breathtaking.

Caught On Video