About the AuthorThe founding member of TCM, Scott is a guitarist, composer, educator, hiker, and now (!) a blogger. He believes that nature has a profound influence over us, and hopes that his work will point people in the direction of the natural world that is all around us. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just take out the hyphens so I know you're a human (trying to avoid s-p-a-m in my inbox!!).
Monthly Archives: February 2013
These gracious long-necked birds have served through the ages as symbols of artistic creativity and spiritual enlightenment, though on the down side, women in the middle ages were often turned into swans by evil sorcerers. That’s the message of Swan … Continue reading
Sorry for the late post, folks, but I have so much on my plate that I wasn’t sure I would be at Urban Beans this Saturday morning. As it turns out, I need the practice! So I’ll be there, amplifier … Continue reading
The one pictured above is called the Least Grebe. It is found mostly in South America, but breeding pairs have been seen in Arizona. They are small birds with legs that are set back on their body, making them much … Continue reading
Due to technical difficulties (which means I’m still not good at figuring out this blogging stuff), I haven’t posted events to my calendar. But you can still come and taste the coffee, enjoy a pleasant conversation or a quick read, … Continue reading
Herons are the Ichabod Cranes of the bird world. Maybe that’s where Washington Irving got the idea for his Sleepy Hollow teacher. Tall and lanky, they are about three feet long and have a wingspan of over six feet. They … Continue reading
Attention all you groovy guys and gals. I’ll be playing some cool tunes at Urban Beans this Saturday morning. Come on in, the coffee’s fine!
Canada Geese are not necessarily Canadian. In fact, they quite often eat my grass, poop in my yard, and hiss at me when I come home from work–hardly the way Canadians act. Still, I like them. They raise their young … Continue reading