[Before she died in 2018, Expressionist painter & writer Barbara Sparhawk encouraged me to edit-for-publication our nearly 750,000-word correspondence. On her web site, The Hawks Perch, I have been posting … Continue reading The Pig Who Loved Plums
Middle Grey and her sister (the so-called “Black Lamar Female”) raided a coyote den yesterday. The distraught coyote parents yipped and barked and howled from a short distance away but … Continue reading Sisters Kill Three, Eat One!
Everyone knows I love wolves but yesterday I was watching one of their distant cousins, a coyote (sometimes known as a ‘brush wolf’ or a ‘prairie wolf’) stalk prey in … Continue reading The Greeting
I met a coyote today. He was high-steppin’ through the sagebrush. We saw each other at about the same time and he stopped to give me a look-see. But even … Continue reading Poopin’ In The Wind
For a nature-lover and wildlife enthusiast, each day in Yellowstone is another magic carpet ride. The experience of my second week here has been just as wondrous as the first. … Continue reading Yellowstone II: Vistas & Critters
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Wile E. Coyote, genius. I am not selling anything nor am I working my way through college. And what would Wile E. … Continue reading Wile E. Coyote