Pausing to Breathe

Hey everyone, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking and I wanted to take a moment to share where my headspace is at. As I’ve mentioned a few times lately, with the new house and new job, I’ve found myself presented with a new set of challenges and a work-life balance that’s struggling to, well, … Continue reading Pausing to Breathe

Wide-Eyed | Why Goats & Cuttlefish Have Weird Shaped Pupils

Who doesn’t love goats? Especially baby ones. Their gait, their bleat, their tiny horns. But there comes a time in any goat interaction I’ve had where we lock eyes and I’m struck with a mixture of curiosity and unease. 

What Animal has the Highest Blood Pressure?

Typically when we think of high blood pressure, we think of the negatives like high stress and a variety of high-risk health conditions. Yet for some in the animal kingdom, high blood pressure is a mere fact of life. So, what animal has the highest blood pressure?

Wild Speeds | Earth’s Top 20 Fastest Animals

The average human can run 7 mph. How do we measure up against our cousins across the animal kingdom? Let's explore the Earth's top 20 fastest animals.

How to be a Naturalist

What exactly is a naturalist? Who is a naturalist? What do they look like? You might have a certain type of person in mind. Maybe an old British guy in a stuffy room full of bugs in glass cases and preserved birds in drawers. Maybe your old British guy is on safari in Africa, donning … Continue reading How to be a Naturalist

Bull Kelp

A couple of weeks back, I saw my first ever Bull Kelp at Huntington Beach! Technically, Bull Kelp is a broad name for a genus, Nereocystis, meaning mermaid's-bladder in Greek. The thing about the genus is, it's monotypic meaning it contains just one species: Nereocystis luetkeana. Depending on where you're from, you might call it … Continue reading Bull Kelp

On Birding and Time

This, like many things lately, is a different type of content from The Wild Life. Who knew you could learn so much about authentic expression and finding yourself from producing a podcast? In this episode, I go out for a birding excursion with a major time constraint and ponder on my relationship with time itself. … Continue reading On Birding and Time

Change, Time, Truth and Lessons from a Caterpillar

I recently turned 30, which, of course, is the start of a new decade in life. It's something I have had a lot of mixed feelings about. Some good, some not so. Of course, time marches on regardless of anyone's feelings on the matter. Besides, what is age but a mindset? That and an irrefutable … Continue reading Change, Time, Truth and Lessons from a Caterpillar