One of the first reptiles I ever kept was one of those little color-changing lizards I caught in the backyard. That was back in Orlando, Florida. Those same lizards that fascinated me as a boy are also found all over North Carolina, and they are the subject of this TTN vlog. If you have… Read More Carolina Anole
The first time I saw one of these beetles was when I was a kid, chasing bugs with a homemade pillowcase butterfly net. I remember seeing this large beetle cruising across a clearing in some pine trees and netted it rather easily. To my great surprise, when I cupped the end of the net to… Read More Eastern eyed click beetle
This Triangle Naturally vlog is about one of my all-time favorite insects: the hummingbird moth. Enjoy! If you have any suggestions for future topics you’d like to see in this blog, please leave them in the comments! *All photos by the author, unless otherwise noted*
The first video in the new The Triangle, Naturally video series is a video about Durant Nature Park. This park is near and dear to my heart. Not only is it close to my house, but it’s chock full of an amazing diversity of plants and animals. My kids love coming here to hike, skip stones on… Read More Why Durant?
Hello! It’s been a while, I know. I’ve been working on expanding my creative outlets, and I think I’ve finally hit upon a way to combine my interest in local natural history with my interest in making videos. The Triangle, Naturally video series! The video blog will have the same mission as this blog here,… Read More The video blog!