Category: Geoff Carpentier
Geoff Carpentier is a published author, ecotour guide and environmental consultant.
This has been an odd summer, as so many insects appear in perilously low numbers, while others appear in abundance. But why is it the ones that cause the most damage, or are the most annoying, are the ones that seem to dominate...Read More
As a naturalist I wonder about things, sometimes obvious things, sometimes odd things, but always interesting things. Today’s thought surrounds interactions with insects, their kin and other critters that on occasion negatively...Read More
Wildlife live precarious lives that are wrought with good and bad events. Difficult migrations from their wintering grounds to the breeding areas in North America can be dangerous and deadly, but many survive and when they do...Read More
This is the time of year when almost every bird is nesting. Their frenzied activity ensures, in the tight window, when weather permits, enough offspring can be produced to ensure a species’ survival. But it is never an easy...Read More
As I sit and put finger to keyboard, it used to be pen to paper (LOL), I think back to an unexpected encounter I had the other night. My friend Peter and I were in Prince Edward County, looking for night birds and watching...Read More