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Essays

posted November 18, 2023 from Seattle, WA The weight of the Environmentalist movement appears so far to have been thrown almost unanimously on the side of the plan to slowly reintroduce Grizzly Bears into the North Cascades National Park. And the plan appears to be becoming...

Posted on January 6, 2023 from Seattle, WA, USA. I’m running an ad in the Seattle Times Sunday edition January 8, 2023 in an effort to bring attention to the stunning accomplishment of Brian Pendleton and Darchelle Worley in observing 376 species of birds in Washington...

Posted from Seattle, WA on Jan 6, 2022; edited and rewritten on Jan 7, 2023 Posted January 6, 2022 from Seattle WA (edited Jan 7, 2023) Links to two articles have been posted to Tweeters, Washington state’s birding chatline, that challenge birders to not drive so often...

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...

Posted from Seattle Nov. 7 2018 I'll be running the above ad in the Seattle Times on Sunday Nov. 11 A-section. What follows is not the most concise and cogent argument on the subject. That might be at this link to the Seattle Nature Alliance.org's post on...

  Posted from Seattle WA on Jan 15, 2018   I am running an ad in the Seattle Times on Tuesday, January 16, A-section, that makes a nonpartisan plea to America to take the wall off the table, essentially calling it an unacceptably unpatriotic idea that insults the...

Posted from Seattle, WA on December 11, 2017   I am running an ad in the Seattle Times A-section on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 that is critical of the per mile tax. Here is the wording: The Gas Tax is a carbon tax and it’s not broken Per Mile tax...

Posted from Seattle, WA on November 13, 2017 I am running another ad in the Seattle Times November 14, 2017 against the Trump Wall, shown above. Also, I visited the border country in the lower Rio Grande valley in 2015.  Here is the blog I did, “We...

Posted Nov. 20, 2015 from Seattle, WA I’ve heard  “Don’t mess with Texas” my whole life.  If I took it seriously, I would probably go to Florida, Hawaii or California to find subtropical birds in the US, rather than “messing” with Texas.  But Delia and I...

Posted Nov. 12, 2015 from Seattle, WA Ed is expecting that the above ad will run in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Sunday, November 14, 2015. The painful, awful thing about politics is taking a stand that you know will annoy wonderful &  good people...

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 Jan 28, 2013 from Seattle On Tuesday, Jan 20, 2013, the small ad shown below will be running in the A-section of the Seattle Times. The Jan/Feb 2013 Utne Reader has published an excerpt from Lester Brown’s new book Full Planet, Empty Plates. Brown recaps two recent,...

posted Jan. 10, 2012 photo by Nicholas Heyward Monica Newbold Shay Jan. 10, 1953 -July 3, 2011 No brother ever had a better sister. Monica, you were the greatest.  You taught me so much and I was in awe of you always.  I will love you and miss you until...

 Posted August 21, 2011 from Seattle.      It's almost a decade too late to influence the debate when it mattered and help forestall the tragedy of the ethanol mandate, but Scientific American has admirably come out  with an article critical of biofuels in its August 2011...

Posted June 1: updated June 9, 2011 [caption id="attachment_854" align="alignleft" width="400"] Western Tanager, photo by Ed Newbold. Western Tanager is one of many North American birds that are to some degree dependent on shade coffee plantations.[/caption] Saving Birds like this has now become almost as easy as shooting...

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Green Position on Cap & Trade is No! Here is the content of an advertisement that I plan to run in the Seattle Times on Sunday, August 9, 2009. Cantwell and Murray should nix it....The Green Position on Cap & Trade is No! The devil is in the details, goes the cliché... Cap & Trade has details enough to make a Hedge Fund jealous. One of the details that terrifies me, a detail that could destroy the world’s remaining forests along with its remaining biodiversity, involves carbon offset credits. Under