Peter Friederici is an award-winning freelance journalist who writes about science, nature, and the environment from his home in Arizona. His articles, essays, and books tell stories of people, places, and the links between them.
When it comes to this wild creature, you can’t tease apart what it is from what it takes in. Continue reading
On the beautiful—and odd—things that catch our attention. Continue reading
MAYBE WE WOULD never have turned our backs on the night had we not come to define darkness as an absence—as a lack, a deficiency, an aching void calling out to Continue reading
IT BEGINS WITH a plaintive, minor-key whistle in the distance as a freight works its way up the side of the mesa toward our house. It becomes a solid rumble, an Continue reading
The author reads his beautiful piece about connecting to where you live.
PUERTO LOBOS, SONORA — What goes around comes around, whether in a healthy natural community or a balanced human economy — or with a well-trued bicycle wheel. In the human ecosystem Continue reading