Hello wonderful people! This blog is a multi-year archive of my nature musings and writings. I’ve decided to embrace both sides of my nature-loving soul (the sciencey part and the witc… Read More
One of my all-time favorite parts of autumn is applesauce. My granddaddy taught me how to make his mother’s applesauce from scratch (although they threw RedHots, a candy, into theirs t… Read More
Turpin Pierre Chaumeton 1814 Read More
Are you shitting me? This is a real species. It’s called the bluethroat (Luscinia svecica) that breeds in Europe and Asia, and then winters in Africa and India. I mean seriously… Read More
Ophidia I. Tropidonotus natrix Tab 18, by Paul Pfurtscheller Read More
If I do not create, I feel like I will melt down. I am bursting every single day with line, color, shape, and texture. My mind spins with ways to fix broken things, make beautiful the batter… Read More
Carl Brenders, 1982 Read More
Historische Bild und Schriftgutsammlungen des Museums für Naturkunde – Bestand: Zool. Mus. Signatur: SI, Nachl. Schoepf II, Bl. 60 Read More
The Curio Cabinet series (#curioTuesday) is published biweekly, featuring an artifact of natural or cultural history and a brief selection of nifty facts. Curio Cabinet celebrates the histo… Read More
(This one was a gift – I sadly do not have illustrator info. If you know it, please tell me!) Read More
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