Conveniently, the WordPress.com community is running a Blogging 101 course just as I’m starting this site, so I’m using it to help me get the blog off the ground. As a result, there will be more posts about the process of blogging in the next few weeks than there would ordinarily be. The assignment for Day 1 was writing an introduction post. Day 2 was selecting a title (and tag line, which I still need to do). And now it’s Day 3, and I’m supposed to follow 5 tags and 5 new blogs.
Of course I have interests other than wildlife photography. I write science fiction. I grow vegetables. I climb (badly) at the local rock gym. I’m always happy to find easy vegetarian recipes. And I’m not too shabby at orienteering.
But, really, if you’re reading this blog, you’re probably looking for nature photos, or at least outdoors-related content, right? Okay, here are five blogs you might like:
- Living Alongside Wildlife: What kind of snake did you just find? Email a photo to David Steen, and his commenters will happily ID it for you.
- Eaten By Bears: How do you enjoy the outdoors when you can’t hike? Brandon blogs about UTV-ing in the wilds of Montana.
- Back Yard Biology: Mother and daughter bloggers photograph and write about the species they find in Minnesota.
- Nature Has No Boss: full of beautiful wildlife and landscape photography.
- Naturally South Australia: Barry Silkstone’s photos and essays from a part of the world I know nothing about.
Or perhaps you’d like funny stories about the mishaps scientists have in the field?
In that case, you need to go over to Twitter and check out #fieldworkfail right now. Here’s my contribution:
Bethany Harvey (@bethanyharvey) August 03, 2015