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Senior Writer and Photographer — Mother Nature Network

Senior writer and photographer at @mothernaturenet. Co-founder @urbancoyoteproj. Tweets are (mostly) about animals and conservation. Canids are my favorite.Senior writer and photographer at @mothernaturenet. Co-founder @urbancoyoteproj. Tweets are (mostly

Big Ben losing its signature sound for three years

mnn.com — Starting in early 2017, tourists visiting London won't have quite the spectacular view of this iconic clock tower, nor will they hear the chimes ring out. The tower will be covered in scaffolding as restoration work begins. There is much to do for Big Ben that will ensure the historical structure's integrity for future generations, and an array of problems will be addressed.

5 facts about the incredible (and huge) Atlas moth

mnn.com — 1. The Atlas moth, Attacus atlas, is found in Southeast Asia and is one of the largest moth species in the world. It has a wingspan of over 11 inches, and a total surface area of as much as 62 square inches. Only the Hercules moth beats the Atlas moth in total wing surface area.

Gray whales and calves swim through kelp in this zen-inspiring video

mnn.com — There's just something meditative about watching whales slowly glide through the water. They're huge animals, yet graceful in their movements. This video filmed by Blue Ocean Whale Watch while spotting the whales from a cliff above the water, shows three cow and calf pairs, plus a bottlenose dolphin, gliding through a kelp forest.

Amazing photo of moon shows off the 'earthshine' effect

mnn.com — Timing is everything in photography, and photographer Petr Horálek nailed it in this photo of the sliver of a crescent moon rising up over the mountains, with Venus glowing brighly above it. But if this is a nearly new moon, how is it we can see the entire disc so clearly?

Adorable rescue dog's music video encourages adoption

mnn.com — The life of a dog can be pretty amazing. This music video, directed and photographed by Robin Layton, highlights a day in the life of a pint-sized adopted dog, from sunrise to bed time. It is guaranteed to put a smile on your face, and probably make you want to go give a few belly rubs to your own four-legged BFF.

Can you guess where these penguin species live?

Fossils of North America's first monkey species found

mnn.com — It might not seem so extraordinary to find fossils of a monkey species in Panama. Today, the country is home to eight species of monkey. But consider this: The fossil evidence found of this ancient South American monkey species dates back 21 million years, well before the isthmus of Panama connected North America to South America.

7 inspiring quotes to celebrate Earth Day

mnn.com — "Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children's children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance."-Theodore Roosevelt "You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you.

What's the difference between herbs and spices?

mnn.com — These flavorful ingredients are the key to exceptional cooking, but how do we know when we're working with an herb or a spice? While both are used to boost the flavor of foods or even to help with illnesses and ailments, the difference between the two is what part of the plant they come from.

Short documentary delves inside Alzheimer's Disease

mnn.com — When journalist Greg O'Brien discovers that he has Alzheimer's Disease, the impact is both deep and broad. Drawing on his skills as a reporter and writer, he explains with heartbreaking eloquence what it is like to watch his life slip away a little at a time.
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Apr 30, 2016

An animal of extremes!! How the northern elephant seal barely dodged extinction ow.ly/4n5zFu pic.twitter.com/3FgsDbLzud

Apr 29, 2016

How to break creative blocks through photo essays. a step-by-step guide ow.ly/4n5zrf pic.twitter.com/gbTc0tUjEk

Apr 28, 2016

RT @Conserve_WA: "To pretend that nature isn't fun is to miss much of the joy of being alive."// Diane Ackerman #EarthMonth pic.twitter.com/ZhFKP52Ze2KP52Ze2

Apr 28, 2016

9 women you've probably never heard of who've made conservation history ow.ly/4mOg2E pic.twitter.com/qloDQl8Lv0

Apr 27, 2016

This tiny desert mouse can survive a scorpion sting, then eat the scorpion (Video) ow.ly/4mOfQj pic.twitter.com/fqYap6expB

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