Thursday, September 16, 2010


Hi everyone.

Sorry about the long break--this summer has been very eventful. Amongst other things, I spent two months working the famous Egg Mountain site with the Museum of the Rockies, submitted (and revised) a review paper on the Spinosauridae, and slightly altered my career trajectory by switching to an Ecology and Evolution major. So, though updates may be periodic, expect updates on life in all its forms, ancient or modern.

In the mean time, here are some pictures of my various adventures.

As we say, tearing it down.

Mountain goats in the Beartooths, a half hour or so outside Egg Mountain.

Sunset just outside our camp. In the distance lie the foothills of the Rockies.

Hiking near my home in eastern Montana.

Your humble author near the falls in Yellowstone National Park.

Turbulence and chaos all.

One of the many ravens native to Yellowstone.

Yellow-bellied marmot.

The famous Lamar Valley, home of the now defunct Druid Peak wolf pack. Though alas, the wolves were with the elk in the high country.

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