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Author: EdNewbold

As the Corona virus pandemic shows, the world just needs to love Bats more! And Halloween paraphernalia is going to have to become more biologically accurate! I confess I've never known anything about the various Bat species that live in my state or others for...

Posted September 23, 2020 from Upper Post Office Canyon I didn't know Bears kissed so much! When our young dynamic researcher friends Emily and John suggested putting a game-cam at the wildlife tank just up-canyon from the house here, I thought, "Oh, that's nice, maybe they'll get some great...

Posted through smoke on sad anniversary day of September 11, 2020 Birds, especially the Neotropicals--the birds that migrate south to the Tropics every fall--love to take baths, regardless of the weather. But as smoke today descended on Butyl Creek (our 12-foot recirculating creek on Beacon Hill)...

Posted from the Central Peloncillo Mtns, New Mexico, May 19, 2020 Delia and I arrived late in Tucson, too late to bird the Airport Wash. But we noticed a sign of the times as we headed out: seven Javelinas headed out for a night on the town.  The...

Posted May 9, 2020 Hi all, Many of the Yellow-rumped and Orange-crowned Warblers seem to have already departed for points north or up. (Many Yellow-rumps high in the Cascades, Orange-crowneds as far north as the Brooks Range in Alaska.) The next wave has arrived, Here is one of...

Posted May 6, 2020 from Seattle Publishing, like blogging can be done safely during a shutdown so I have prepped and labored and am happy to say I have 10 new prints that I am very excited about. They can be found at 6 x 8...

Posted from Seattle, WA April 10 2020 Here is a male Yellow-rumped Warbler in Butyl Creek, April 11, 2020 This Wilson's Warbler, bathing on the Creek on April 27th, illustrates a pet peeve of wildlife artists. If you painted this bird in the pose shown, everybody,...

Posted from Seattle WA on March 20, and updated on April 5th, 2020 in the time of Corona My friend Paul (not Newman) likes to go out to Cape Alava and spend a few nights.  He and his cousin were at hole-in-the-wall when they witnessed a...

posted on Jan 31, 2020 from Seattle, WA. Ad opposing the LCFS to run in Sunday Seattle Times, Feb 23 All that Glitters is not Green is the headline. The kicker is "Low-carbon fuel standard is bad policy." Here is the text: With the Creation in peril,...

Photo of pair of Elegant Terns from American Bird Conservancy Posted January 17, 2020 from Seattle, WA When I posted this blog on January 17, 2020, I titled it, "God ordered the birds to multiply; Virginia takes steps to disallow it." Well, thanks to the efforts...

posted from Seattle, WA October 18, 2019 This painting is "Caspian Tern on Elliott Bay." It's intended to be my lifetime masterpiece, and I hope to have it in four sizes including the extra large 12 x 36" print size, which will sell for $31.79. ...

Posted October 6 2019 from Seattle, WA I never thought much about the name Kinglet until I started seeing Kinglets take a bath in our recirculating creek. When you see these birds foraging in the woods, they look like little gray birds, but when they...

Posted from Seattle, WA on July 11, 2019 I moved to Seattle in 1976, and I didn't come because I heard it was smokey in the summer. I am delighted that we've had normal or even above-normal rains so far in July, and I...

Carroll Dwayne Littlefield Carroll Dwayne Littlefield  1940-2019 Wildlife Biologist, Sandhill Crane defender and author Carroll Dwayne Littlefield passed away unexpectedly on May 28 of a heart attack at his home in the Peloncillo Mountains of New Mexico.  While C.D. had receded from public life over the past 17 years, his memory...