Kids Books
Feb06

Kids Books

Last year I was contacted by a representative from Bearport Publishing that wanted to know if I’d be willing to serve as a herpetological consultant on two of their kids books. Of course, I said yes. Bearport Publishing focuses “on topics that appeal to young readers, such as animals, sports heroes, and scary places.” I consulted on two books in their See Them Grow series that currently features six different...

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Point Reyes
Jan09

Point Reyes

Over the holidays, Brandon and I visited the Point Reyes area. This area is just north of San Francisco along the Pacific coast of California. While there we spent time hiking around the Point Reyes National Seashore, Tomales Bay State Park, Samuel P. Taylor State Park, and areas in the town of Bolinas (including a overwintering area for monarch butterflies). All the areas were gorgeous with stunning views and amazing wildlife.  ...

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New Author: Cormac Price
Dec09

New Author: Cormac Price

Please join us in welcoming our newest author, Cormac Price! Cormac is based in South Africa and is a PhD Candidate at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa where he focuses on the spatial ecology, population genetics, and conservation of South African freshwater turtles present at Ndumo Game Reserve. He is also  an editor, contributor, and content curator at BioWeb.ie. We’re excited to add Cormac to our great team of...

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Bel-Rea’s Top 25 Blogs
Dec08

Bel-Rea’s Top 25 Blogs

THW has been voted as one of Bel-Rea’s Top 25 Reptile and Amphibian Bloggers of 2016! We are super thrilled and honored to be listed among such awesome reptile/amphibian blogs like Life Is Short, But Snakes Are Long, Living Alongside Wildlife, Advocates for Snake Preservation, Save the Salamanders, and Amphibian Survival Alliance. Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology is one of the oldest and largest veterinary technician...

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Central Valley Herping
Dec05

Central Valley Herping

Over the last several months during my on going work project in the northern Central Valley (see Herps And Birds and Cali King) I’ve seen a lot of common herp species. Recently, my main job has been checking for and relocating valley gartersnakes (Thamnophis sirtalis fitchi) off the project area. These little cuties love our silt and Animex fencing we have surrounding the work site and I’ve been finding at least one valley...

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