A spectacular ode to the little things
With a compelling hook and a strong plug in the Audubon magazine, The Shotgun Conservationist had my attention immediately. In it, conservation advocate and writer Brant MacDuff set out to prove to all skeptics that hunters are valuable members of the conservation movement. At least, that is what I take
Link returns to Hyrule in what is perhaps the biggest and most acclaimed video game of the year.
The opening pages of Strassman’s Slow Birding, an argument is laid out clearly and passionately: much like the slow food movement (which encouraged the preservation of local food cultures and traditional cooking), we are in need of a slow birding movement. Instead of chasing rare species or zipping around
It’s been a long time coming for me to have an emotional reunion with Hayao Miyazaki’s classic My Neighbor Totoro. Since its release in 1988 it’s become a landmark moment in the canon of animated films, especially in Japan and especially for the incredible catalog of Studio