Bird Tracks


Walden’s Sense of PlaceCountry Magazine,scheduled for September, 2018.

Rock OnUConn Magazine, (online and print) and UCONN Today, online only, May, 2016, (This article is about former UCONN President Homer Babbidge, Jr., and his love for New England’s historic stone walls.)

Loving Lakes to Death,” Natural History, July/August 2009, p. 48.

A Revolutionary Wall. Special Places: Quarterly Magazine of the Trustees of Reservations, 2009, v. 17, No. 3, p. 12-13.

The Stone Walls of Hill-Stead,  Hill-Stead Plant Book: Beatrix Farrand’s Sunken Garden. Copyright 2009 by Hill-Stead Museum, Paula Brisco, Ed., p. 29-30, ISBN 978-0-974445-6-9.


The Spirit of Kettle Lakes.  LakeLine V. 30, No. 1, Spring 2010, p. 19-22.

Did Thoreau Have Aspergers Syndrome?  Thoreau Society Bulletin, 262, Spring 2009, p. 9-10.

Meet the Lakes of the Northeast,  Lakeline 27 (4): 25-29, 2008, by Samagugla, Amy P., Robert M. Thorson, and Neil Kamman. 2008,  ”

A Mammoth Fascination with ProboscideansCross Paths (Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center), v. 9, Issue 2, Summer, 2006, p. 6-7.

Stone Walls Disappearing,  Connecticut Woodlands: The Magazine of the Connecticut Forest & Park Association, v. 69, No. 4, Winter, 2005.

Jailhouse Rock, GSA Today (Geological Society of America’s monthly magazine), Volume 14, No. 9, p. 30, 2004

Preserving Stone Walls,  Connecticut Preservation News, Vol. XXV, No. 5, Sept/Oct 2002, p. 11 and 16.

The Perfect Flood? (On the public sense of threat). National Public Radio News (WNPR) News Highlight, electronically published/archived at http://news.wnpr.org/xpr/feature.jhtml. p 1-4. May, 2001.

Photo:  Bird tracks in cement at Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, MA