Hey, adventurers! Here’s the script to my newest episode of One Minute Nature Show! This episode is about the archetypal, mohawked American bird, the northern cardinal! Northern cardinals are small … Continue reading The Northern Cardinal, Pretty Punk Rock Passerines – One Minute Nature Show
2020 is gone, and a grim year is behind us. Yes, every year is bad in its own ways, but 2020 was a perfect storm of misery and chaos, where … Continue reading Growing Flowers from the Ashes of 2020
December is here, and autumn is falling into winter. We’re now in the home stretch of 2020. This has been an unforgettable year. Let’s pray it doesn’t spring any more … Continue reading Falling into Winter
Here’s a trailer for my upcoming documentary “Finding Megalodon”. I’m not sure when it will be out yet, since CGI rendering takes millions of years, but in the meantime, I’ll … Continue reading Finding Megalodon: Coming Soon(ish)!
Black sea bass are ray-finned fish native to the Northeast Atlantic Ocean. They are found from Nova Scotia to the Florida Keys. In the eastern United States, they are prized … Continue reading Black Sea Bass, The Gender-Bending Perciformes Prized by Fishermen – One Minute Nature Show
2020 has been a tough year for everyone. Each week has felt like a month, and the entire year has felt like a decade. We’re a little over two months … Continue reading 2020: The Year I Didn’t Scuba Dive
Quokkas are quirky, kawaii marsupials native to Western Australia, and they’re quite famous on the internet. While their numbers have declined on mainland Australia, on Rottnest Island, they are numerous, … Continue reading Kawaii Quokkas, Influencers from Down Under – One Minute Nature Show
Hello, universe!!! I’ve been slowly transitioning everything from EpochCatcher to Tidewater Teddy. EpochCatcher was the original name of my organization/company/brand/site, and I used it for many years. It was a … Continue reading New Name, New Site: EpochCatcher Evolves into Tidewater Teddy
Last month, I drove down to Alligator River, North Carolina to search for wild American black bears. In the process, I made this short documentary about my search for these … Continue reading The Black Bears of Alligator River, North Carolina
G’day! If you’re reading this, I’m back! I am probably the only animal that has gone utterly extinct and subsequently returned. Yet, here I am. I am alive, and I … Continue reading Back from Extinction (Again)
Hello, everyone! No, I’m not dead; I’ve just been very busy! Keeping a blog updated is hard work, but I’m not going to miss any months! February gave me an … Continue reading Leap Day!
Hey, folks! Sorry for the lack of updates. Here is my first post of 2016…at the very tail end of January 31st, 2016. As you can tell, I very hastily … Continue reading Photos of North Carolina Underwater