Jumpy

By Eilene Lyon Spring in southern Nevada brings out the hibernating desert tortoises, and the people who look for them. Transects, which are twelve-kilometer squares, three kilometers a side, were randomly scattered on the map for the 2008 crews. A crack GIS team produced individual maps for each transect, along with directions to the starting... Continue Reading →

Gold Medal Waters*

via Daily Prompt: Toxic By Eilene Lyon August 2015: I was working the MAPS bird-banding station at the Oxbow Park and Preserve along the Animas River, just north of Durango. Some of our volunteers happen to be active-duty, uniformed Parks and Wildlife officers, so we heard early on that something was amiss high in the... Continue Reading →

National Parks 2013 – 2017 – Part 2

By Eilene Lyon These are more of the parks and other public lands I’ve visited over the past five years, minus the political lecture (see Part I).  To learn more about issues affecting these places, click on the links.  The image above is the White Canyon in Bears Ears National Monument (2017). This 1.3 million... Continue Reading →

National Parks 2013 – 2017 – Part 1

By Eilene Lyon I'd like to share some images from the parks I've visited over the past five years.  Some are not National Parks, but have other designations such as National Monument, National Preserve, National Recreation Area, etc.  But all are protected as public land for ALL Americans (and people from other countries are welcome... Continue Reading →

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