Photo by Maddie Southard. A sloth shows off its climbing skills in the Costa Rican jungle. Continue reading A Sloth Climbs in Costa Rica
by Walter Smith A Green Salamander peeks out of a crevice in a sandstone outcrop on Virginia’s High Knob. Continue reading Playing Peekaboo with a Green Salamander
by Walter Smith. The Cumberland Mountains, viewed here at their southern edge above Virginia’s Powell Valley, are a hotspot of biodiversity for a number of groups of organisms. Click below for the full image! Continue reading The Cumberland Mountains
Happy Thanksgiving to all you explorers out there! Is anyone contemplating fun activities for #OptOutside the day after Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments below! Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
VoicesforBiodiversity.org is both fundraising for new articles and looking for new writers! Through a Kickstarter campaign V4B will fully fund TEN new articles from around the world, from writing through production. Their pieces will include both videos and photos, and … Continue reading Voices for Biodiversity is Paying Writers and Looking for Stories
by Walter Smith A Black Racer searches for food midway up an Eastern Hemlock alongside a cliff system in the Cumberland Mountains. Continue reading A Black Racer in the Cumberland Mountains
by Walter Smith Green Salamanders’ square toe tips, as seen here, allow for added grip on rough rock surfaces. Continue reading The Toes of a Green Salamander
Wally Smith is an Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise. He has a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from the University of Alabama, with a specialization in the conservation and management of amphibian biodiversity. He … Continue reading Walter Smith
This October, One World Two Feet is celebrating its first anniversary! We have been thrilled to share stories of adventure and admiration for this great big world with you our readers, and glad to hear your responses as well. We … Continue reading Celebrating our First Anniversary!
By Karlee Biskup It was the perfect day for a hike on Tumbledown Mountain in Western Maine. Three distinct trails – the Brook Trail, Parker Ridge Trail, and Loop Trail – all climb to Tumbledown Pond, also known as Crater lake, … Continue reading Labor Day Weekend Adventure
by Andrew Graham. One of two lakes that sit on the top third of Mt. Washington. This was taken at Lakes of the Clouds Hut on an overcast day. I had just left the hut and had begun the ascent … Continue reading Lakes of the Clouds Hut