I love developing ideas from a random nugget of information to a book or article—the research is half the fun! Stay tuned for updates on current projects. . . 

Courtesy of USFWS Mountain Prairie.

“Where Did the Bison Go?” Spider, March 2016:

Have you ever moved to a new home? Sometimes animals move, too. One day in March 2007, sixteen bison trotted onto a trailor in Montana and moved to Colorado, just outside of Denver. Find out why in this article.

“A Tale of Two Races” Boys’ Quest, Feb/March 2016:

What if you attended the first Indianapolis 500 race on May 30, 1911? How different would the race have been compared to a race today?

Courtesy of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Courtesy of ECOAN: www.ecoanperu.org

“An Owl In Your Pocket” Fun for Kidz, November 2014

Learn about the rare “Long-whiskered Owlet,” an owl so small, it could fit in your pocket! 

“Eavesdropping Iguanas” Spider, July/August 2011:

Did you know that marine iguanas on the Galapagos Islands can’t alert each other when they are in danger because they are non-vocal? However, scientists discovered that they can listen to other species to find out when they are in danger. Find out more by reading my article. 

By Brian Gratwicke [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons