Covid -19 and the response to it have brought hard times upon real people. The hardest that several generations have collectively known. Routines obliterated, incomes devastated, businesses destroyed, loved ones are sick and dying. We are separated, frightened, and suffering. The idea of writing a travel blog at this time seems like a cruel tease Read More
While curating material for my voice over demo reel, I decided to record some spoken word excerpts from the very first Habitattler post on the C and O Canal. Well, I could not help myself and kept on going. I added my own original music, a lot more photographs, and have ended up with a little documentary on my C and O Canal experience. Read More
Every Winter in Cambridge, Maryland, a vast array of ducks gather en masse at the dead end of an unassuming residential street. You can dive right into this birding hotspot, even if you are just a dabbler. Read More
Cape May, New Jersey is one of the top spots for birding in the world. Whether you are a casual observer armed with binoculars, a serious ornithologist, a naturalist or a photography hound… Cape May has it all. Read More
Waterfalls, canyonesque hiking trails, a bountiful bog lost in time and a rock maze get the daily grind off your trail in Garrett County, Maryland. Read More
Summoned by the New and Full Moons in May and June, hordes of living fossils congregate on the shores of the Mid Atlantic to spawn their next generation. Migratory birds depend on the Horseshoe Crab for survival and these relatively unsung animals may have, literally, saved your life. Not only can you enjoy this event but you can help them succeed as well. Read More
Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania is the gateway to the lush and twisting Lehigh Valley. Cycling along a river gorge, a haunting underground realm and revered ruins are just sample of all that await.
Bursting with life and only a 30 minute drive from downtown Baltimore — you can discover another world repeatedly. As natural areas go, THIS is a rare bird. Read More