Showing posts from March, 2011

Separate Ways...

At home on a quiet Sunday, Kimberly writes: Yesterday, Kenn and I did something that we rarely do. We really don't like being away from each other, but yesterday, we went separate ways to deliver talks at two different events.   Kenn headed north to Detroit, MI, to lead a field trip and give a presentation for the Detroit Audubon Society 2011 Conservation Conference , while I headed to Shreve, Ohio for the Shreve Migration Sensation (SMS).  Kenn and I both delivered completely new talks at these respective events, and the 24 hours leading up to yesterday were pa-retty hectic, to say the least!  Both of us really feel blessed to have the opportunity to speak about birds and bird conservation, but it also feels really  nice to have yesterday behind us, and to be home together on a quiet Sunday morning.  I'll let Kenn fill you in on the details from Detroit, but I'd like to share a few thoughts about the SMS. The Shreve Migration Sensation is, hands down, my favorite

Trinidad and Tobago Adventures

Kenn and I are leading an 11-day trip to Trinidad and Tobago this July and there are still a few seats available. Click HERE for the trip itinerary.  The deadline for deposits has been extended to March 7th. Here are some pretty compelling reasons to consider coming with us!    Scarlet Ibis at Caroni Swamp     Common Potoos (this is a baby Potoo!) right behind the Asa Wright Nature Center!  Leatherback Sea Turtles Here are links to blog posts about our last trip to T&T. Eyeburners of Caroni Swamp Touching the Graceful Monsters Green Season in Trinidad & Tobago