Yesterdays’ Bones

Photo by Capt. Randy Brown I was lucky to fish the Fl. Keys when it was still good. Before the water turned bad…before the jet-skis blew up the flats…before everybody who had a driver’s license also owned a flats skiff. It’s hard to explain...

SE Arizona Desert Bird Report., March, 2022.

We toured and trekked and tromped all over…saw some very cool birds…found some really nice spots: Lee’s Ferry, Catalina SP, Tucson Desert Art Museum, Mt. Lemon Hwy., Patagonia Lake SP, Wilcox, Chiricahua Mtns. Rodeo, NM, Cave Ck/Portal, AZ. Bird...

Condor Update…March, 2022.

We revisited the California condor restocking area at Vermillion Cliffs near Marble Canyon, AZ. Facing extinction with less than 20 birds alive in the US in the 1980s, a painstaking and methodical restocking program by USFWS and others has brought their numbers back...

Geeking Out with Goldeneyes

In wintertime around the Madison you might see and hear black and white fighter jets whizzing by in formation over the river with a whistle and a whoosh…goldeneyes. But wait. We have two species of goldeneyes around these parts. Common and Barrow’s. Which...

The Walleye Belt

This is where I grew up…The Walleye Belt…east side of Cleveland to be exact…the Village of Mayfield to be more exact. But it wasn’t the Walleye Belt back then. More like the Pollution Belt. Growing up in NE Ohio in the 50s and 60s, Lake Erie...