Tomorrow I catch a flight to Quito, Ecuador, then I’ll travel onward via small plane and boat to Tiputini Biodiversity Station, one of the most remote research stations in the world. I’ll be studying Wedge-billed Woodcreepers there for the next three months, spending most of my time wandering around in pristine Amazon rainforest. And, of course, seeing a lot of birds, and taking lots of photos ;)
So it’s time to kick this blog into gear. I’ve been home for the last two months, working on a few writing projects (two books and a new magazine column – more to come over the next few months), enjoying some local birding and a bit of regular life, and planning ahead. 2011 was awesome – Costa Rica, the Pacific Crest Trail, and Maine – and 2012 is looking just as great…
Stay tuned. As I get settled in Ecuador this week, I’ll be posting updates here. Who knows what adventures await?
I will await your posts eagerly and follow this next adventure, Noah! Health, happiness and many blessings to you for 2012!
Wishing you well this new year and on your new adventure! Looking forward to your posts and pictures! Enjoy the birds!
I’d like to subtitle your photo “TwoCan Tango”. That might even be funny unless I’m a bit off on my birds (which is highly likely). :)
I’ll be checking in, and looking forward to discovering what you’re up to!