The world is in trouble. Every day when you turn on the news there are stories about how the oceans are swamped with plastic, how the rain forest is getting destroyed at increasing rates, and how we are heading for a climate disaster if we do not change the way that we are living right… via… Continue reading Reblog: 3 Ways To Reduce Your Impact On The Environment — kristangible
birding bits will feature various species of birds and fun birding stories, as they happen or as I remember them. Here's the first story! In April, spring migration was getting underway, and birds were popping up all around us! Warblers were starting to stream past us in the trees, moving faster than we could get… Continue reading birding bits: a Cape May in April
This is probably the hardest personal essay I've ever written, but I needed to write it.
It's been about two and a half weeks since I announced my goals for the rest of 2019 - here's how they're going!
I'm finally starting a shopping ban for the rest of 2019! Here are the rules I'm going to follow.
I'm trying to see all of the birds featuring in "Birding" by the Swet Shop Boys.
I've decided what my first 30 Day Challenge is going to be! Fingers crossed I can complete it.
2019 has been fun, challenging, and full of new experiences, but I haven't focused on my personal goals. Here's mine for the rest of the year.
Hi! It's been a while, I know. I'm sorry. Finishing up this last bit of grad school has been... a struggle to say the least. 2018 in general has been a struggle. So much so that I feel like the worst birder in existence. It's been a great year of firsts, but it's also been… Continue reading 2018: A Year of Change (and only a few posts… sorry)
For most, Sundays are generally a day of rest and relaxation. They aren't so much for me, since I work on Sundays, but I do try to enjoy them. This particular Sunday in May promised warmth and sunshine. After an endless winter with almost no birding, I was determined to bird my heart out. Once… Continue reading Running Out of Time