6th Anniversary Highlights

Just a smattering of posts from the 1,925 I’ve published since March 3rd, 2010.

That time a Bald Eagle broke the branch in Green-Wood.

The Ladybug Who Came Home, but didn’t stay.

The Case of the Headless Mouse, A Central Park Mystery.

Yeah, we got whales: a big-winged New Englander in the Bight.

Ouroboros.

Some natural history books.

My claim to fame as a local birder. But it was all luck.

The third report of Two-Spotted Ladybugs in New York State was right here in Brooklyn.

How to tell whelk egg cases apart. Perennially popular.

The Painted Bunting Who Ate Prospect Park.

Sometimes I get out of Brooklyn: trips to the Southwest, Iceland, Maine, Nantucket, Staten Island, Texas, the UK (here and here), the Virgin Islands (British and U.S.), among other places.

All the Thoreau.

4 Responses to “6th Anniversary Highlights”


  1. 1 Michele Dreger March 3, 2016 at 10:04 pm

    Congratulations on your 6 year anniversary! Love every one of them

    • 2 mthew March 4, 2016 at 11:08 am

      Thank you, Michele! Words to inspire me to keep up the coal mining… I mean the nature blogging! Actually, it’s no effort at all. Your comment makes it all worth while.

  2. 3 Ellen March 4, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Congratulations, Matthew! Your blog gives me enormous please each day when I start my morning and enjoy your discoveries and enthusiasm for the natural world.


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