Anemones make it to prime-time! Let’s hear more of our ocean friends in popular music.
Even the rivers feel the short urgency of the Arctic Summer – as they tumble over the tundra.
Laurynn Evans observed an octopus over a 10 month period and filmed its eggs and hatchlings. People seem to think that puppies are cute, but how can you argue with the cuteness factor of tiny, rounded, jet-propelled babies from inner space sporting 8 legs and 3 hearts?
Ever wonder what was under the water as you drive across Lake Washington? This radio story discusses some of the man-made items that lie hidden from land-lubber eyes.
The story originally aired on FM station KUOW, 02 December 2011.
Would we drink the water flowing along the sides of our roads and in our stormdrains? What’s in it anyway? Where does it go?
Laura James did a great job of highlighting these questions with some video showing some of West Seattle’s crud entering Puget Sound underwater.
“I’m swimming through an amazing school of different types of small fish. There’s hundreds of them, and they’re swimming along with me.”
in this KPLU radio segment Liam Moriarty walks the tide flats of Case Inlet (south Puget Sound) with Betsy Peabody, executive director of the Puget Sound Restoration Fund.