The Fresno Bee approached me a little over a month ago with the idea of doing an article about my Galapagos experiences.

The article itself is a pastiche of quotes either collected by the reporter, Ron Orozco, or edited from observations that they asked me to submit. There were some formatting problems with the Bee article that were corrected on-line, but the paper has more still shots from video taken by yours truly. Overall, I was happy with the article.

If this is your first time visiting my blog, well, I haven't been posting a lot lately but there is lots of back material. I'm interested in promoting science education, and I hope you'll take a look at any categories that interests you. My Galapagos trip has caused me to more tightly focus my blogging on ways that promote local science education, and I have another blog to support that effort, here.


Anonymous said...

Thats my biology teacher! Go knights! -bunny

Charles Hatfield said...

And that's my brother!

RBH said...

That's some impressive ink, Scott. And I sure envy you that trip!

I have to say I found it interesting that the writer saw it as necessary, or at least appropriate, to identify you as a Christian in the first sentence. Was that fact a larger part of the interview?

CarlaCarlaCarlaCarla said...

Okay then — he's my cousin!

Takes a good picture too.

CarlaCarlaCarlaCarla said...

And I can't resist adding another awww for the baby sea lion.