Kindling Neighborly Connections between People and Nature.

Nature Videos

Do you wonder who's watching you as you walk through the forest? Here's tracks and sign of some forest animals who may be watching you even though you can't see them! Our wild neighbors depend on us protecting our public forests and providing habitat in our own back yards.



As Summer slowly fades into Fall; a world of neighbors at Mt. Pisgah State Park in Bradford County, PA.



This one’s for the kids! (And any adults who want to be entertained with song and game). It’s about how wolves and other predators gift our ecosystems with dynamic balance and help to preserve diversity in nature. I made this video while volunteering for Adirondack Wildlife Refuge.



This video about the Adirondack landscape and the landscape of life is more deeply reflective than what has become my typical fun tone, but, I hope you’ll find meaning in this video as you’re guided to reflect on how you’re reacting and responding to life’s changing landscape within and around you.



Do you see yourself as more of a lichen, moss, plant, or tree in this season of your life? Lichens are pioneers of rocky landscapes once void of life, creating opportunity for diverse communities of mosses, plants, and trees. I hope you enjoy this video about pioneering lichens, rock top community, and you! 



Feeding Canada Jays (formerly Gray Jay).



When Life gives you lemons, make lemonade! That is to say, don’t give up! Find ways to make the best of it. Here’s some wisdom and encouragement from the unique bog plants at Paul Smith’s Visitor Interpretive Center in New York’s Adirondack Park. Watch this video to find out some of the unique strategies they employ to survive in some terribly challenging conditions.



Allow me to introduce you to a TOADally cool wild neighbor who has a voracious appetite! American toads are key players for keeping insect populations in check. Here's how.





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