Tag: Conservation

Butterfly Tale - A Blind Girl Sees the Wonders of Nature

Butterfly Tale - A Blind Girl Sees the Wonders of Nature
Rachel Carson is one of my personal heroes. In a time when her own life was threatened for uncovering how chemical companies were seeping toxins into our environment, she held onto her convictions and continued to warn the masses with scientific facts. Beyond her bravery and intellect, she maintained a humble attitude and appreciation for... Read more »

The Birds of the Field Museum

The Birds of the Field Museum
WARNING: This post contains images of bird specimens (yes, dead birds – but I hope you’ll see as much beauty in them as I do). On Saturday, December 13th, I was given a rare opportunity to tour behind the scenes of one of Chicago’s great cultural institutions. Thanks to my friend, Joel Greenberg, I visited... Read more »