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Posted Jan 17, 2015 from Seattle, WA I’ve been delighted to not have ruined Skagit Snow Geese so far.   Instead of going into a long compulsive period, like I’m still in with Bottle Beach, I want to get this into the store ASAP.  I think I’ll...

Posted Dec 22, 2014 from Seattle WA When I start a painting that I have high hopes for it’s full speed ahead at first.  But on my best paintings I pass through a phase where they look pretty good (at least to me) really early and that’s...

Posted Dec. 17, 2014 from Seattle WA   A recent trip to the Skagit/Samish flats inspired a new painting start.  I’m beside myself with excitement about it, and have high hopes.  I’m trying to make time to move fast on it and hope to have something at...

Posted Nov 21, 2014 from Seattle, WA   I started a painting of Sunrise Point at Mt. Rainier in 2012 and published it that same year.  It had an American Kestrel sitting on a snag, foothills in the background and Mt. Rainier on the left.  I liked...

Posted Nov 10, 2014, from Seattle WA. Seattle Wildlife Artist Ed Newbold is running his nix wind and ethanol/tax the fuel trains ad again, in the Nov 11 Seattle Times news section.  Ed is delighted that the tax-the-trains idea is gaining momentum and now--when voters seem to...

Posted Nov 92014, from Seattle, WA  Delia and I went out to Three Forks Wildlife Management Unit yesterday, that’s near North Bend and Snoqualmie, WA and encountered this little King. This is a male Golden-crowned Kinglet.  Probably like most birders, I never thought that much about the...

Posted Oct. 6, 2014 from Seattle WA. Seattle Wildlife Artist Ed Newbold is calling for a complete revamping of our approach to energy policy and climate forcing.  An ad that will appear in the Seattle Times October 7, 2014 recommends some of the changes Newbold thinks...

Posted October 5, 2014 from Seattle, WA It’s almost the norm in art class to be told to be swift and decisive.  Figure drawing classes like to go with the two-minute pose—get it done and go for fresh and expressive while at all costs avoiding that...

Posted October 4, 2014 from Seattle, WA  We recently went up to Glacier Basin on Mt. Rainier.  On the way outside Enumclaw this Coyote was in a field.  We stopped and I got out to shoot it, which Coyotes almost always take literally, as this one...

Posted August 28, 2014 from Seattle, WA   An article in the Seattle Times on the sighting of a Basking Shark in the Puget Sound did half the work for me.  It contained a sidebar on Sharks that occur regularly in the Sound and I was very...

Posted July 21, 2014 from Seattle, WA “It’s not that expensive to take good care of natural areas.”                                                             -Kurt Zwar, former Park Steward at Magnuson Park in Seattle fired and charged with crimes for removing non-native invasive plants from a meadow  In defense of nature, Green voters...

Posted July 24, 2014 from Seattle, WA I’m closing down my first 1/3 century effort at painting and beginning my second.  My motto for the second, unlike the first, will be “Don’t paint hard, paint smart.” No the problem with that is I'd have to be smart.  I’m just going...

Posted July 19, 2014 from Seattle WA We’re still tying up the loose ends from my beloved parents-in-law's passing, so we just got back from a trip to the land where they lived for 40 years in the New Mexico bootheel.  Getting there involves a 7 mile...

Posted July 19, 2014 from Seattle WA We’re still tying up the loose ends from my beloved parents-in-law's passing, so we just got back from a trip to the land where they lived for 40 years in the New Mexico bootheel.  Getting there involves a 7 mile...

Posted from Seattle May 24, 2014 Brian Pendleton and I got back last night from our GREAT MIDWEST WARBLER SAFARI.  We landed in Chicago on May 16 and birded beginning Saturday May 17 through yesterday May 23 at 3 pm in Indiana.  No, make that 5...

Posted May 5, 2014 from Seattle,WA updated June 4 & 29th 2014 If you ever get the dubious fortune of listening to a Parks Dept. presentation on why Cheasty must become a mountain bike park, you will hear plenty about the terrible condition and neglect the Cheasty Greenbelt has suffered from. ...

Posted April 27, 2014 from Seattle, WA The songbirds are migrating north and our creek is becoming bath central.  We live on Beacon Hill, where except for the Cheasty Greenbelt, creeks are all piped away to the Westport Sewage plant. So we installed a 15 foot creek...

Posted April 17, 2014 from Seattle, WA   In 1998 I started the painting Birds of Beacon Hill.  Thankfully, I started it on canvas.  I got really excited about it for a while, but as often happens, I ran out of steam and into severe technical difficulties. ...

Posted April 9, 2014 from Seattle, WA  It goes against the DNA of a green voter to vote against a Parks levy, I totally realize.  But we must examine this impulse.  “Parks” is only a word.  A Park can Yellowstone National Park, or East Marginal Way...

Posted April 9, 2014 from Seattle, WA It goes against the DNA of a green voter to vote against a Parks levy, I totally realize.  But we must examine this impulse.  “Parks” is only a word.  A Park can Yellowstone National Park, or East Marginal Way...

Posted April 6, 2014 from Seattle, WA Parks is trying hard to paint a picture of Cheasty as a worthless basket-case of a dying ruined forest, victim of neglect and non-native species.  Let’s put aside for now the fact of Park’s responsibility in Cheasty’s current condition and also...