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Seeing the famous “V” formation of the Canada goose is always a blessing to anyone who loves and appreciates nature.
This very shy bird is from the rain forests of New Guinea and Northern Australia.
The lonesome call of a loon has been likened to a yodel, laughter, or a cry. Once heard, you will never forget it.
Pelicans are the largest of all the aquatic birds and are famous for the large pouch of skin hanging from their lower jaw.
Skimmers are nicknamed scissorbills because of the design of their beak.
The puffin, also known as the sea parrot, is a popular and easily recognized sea bird.
Bald eagles can usually be sighted near rivers, lakes, or the ocean, perched in trees or atop bluffs.
The arctic tern inhabits the coastal waters, lakes, and marshlands of the northern parts of Europe, Asia, and North America.
Greetings. Thanks for stopping by. A lot has been happening since our last blog post.
I teamed up with Dan Breeding in August for a wild animal encounter.
How did we get here? Are we the result of the big bang and millions of years of evolution? Or were we specially created by God just a few thousand years ago?
I’ve been very busy traveling during the past several months. Alaska, New York, Missouri, and North Carolina are a few of the places I’ve been recently. It’s
Spring is my favorite season, so I was very happy that it came early to Ohio this year. I’ve been enjoying all the flowers blooming and the warmer weather. At
It has been a while since we last posted, but we wanted to update you on what’s been going on here. I spent the first two weeks of December in Florida. We had
I got back from fly fishing in Colorado a couple of weeks ago. Since then, I have spent my weekends building fence.
I was a guest on a video series,
Ever wanted to visit a dinosaur dig site? Well, here’s your chance!
This month has been very busy. The photos I have included are of the first Dinosaur Dig in Glendive, Montana during the second week of July. We had 21 people
We recently finished our annual canoe adventure through the Okefenokee Swamp. We saw lots of cool plants, a variety of birds, and over 150 alligators and other
I have had a busy October. During the first week, I was at the Creation Museum doing concerts and children’s workshops. From there, I flew to Word of Life in
The discovery of dinosaur fossils in Antarctica forces us to ask what extreme changes caused heat-loving dinosaurs to wind up on this ice-covered continent.
I have been busy traveling and working at the museum. I’m in Charlotte, North Carolina, this week and part of the next, where I’m recording two new CDs. Today
We just wanted to update you on where and what we have been doing lately. We enjoyed our time spent in Cambridge, Ohio, at First Baptist Church and with the
I have been at the museum the last two weeks, enjoying warmer weather and seeing some signs of spring such as flowering bushes and spring flowers. We have had
We traveled 477 miles to Binghamton, New York, on Thursday to speak at the Men’s Adventure. We got into a little ice in Ohio, but most of the roads were fine.
Did dinosaurs really live at the same time as humans? Genesis 1 claims that God created every “kind” of land animal on the same day as Adam.
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