The greatest catalyst for my career choice was, and continues to be, the first hand observations of organisms in their “natural” settings. Scrolling down this page will reveal some photos I have taken, or have been taken of me, in the “field”.
Crotaphytus bicinctores, with digitization points, on rock in the Alvord Basin, Oregon
A view of the Alvord Basin, Harney County, Oregon, with Steens Mountain in the background (north);
sand habitats are quite abundant to the west (left), and rock habitats to the right (east).
I’m fond of measuring plants.
Sunsets in the Alvord Basin aren’t bad.
A classic image of Lance Mcbrayer (left) and Don Miles (right) emptying their boots of sand at Gobabeb, Namibia
Excellent habitat near Hildenhof, Erogno, Namibia
Lizard habitat on the Atlantic coast, Swakopmund, Namibia