I have been asked on various occasions to contribute writings and photographs to other blogs and organizations. Below is my portfolio of the more significant contributions.
- Flying Cheetah
- Jump or Swim
- We Need More Snow Leopards
- Panthers and Other Black Cats
- I Have a Mouse
- The Tragedy of Large Cat Ownership
- Fishing Cats Will Dive Head-First Into Water After Their Prey
- They Put a Cat in the Zoo
- Eurasian Lynx
- Baby Fishing Cats
- Texas Tiger Trafficing
- We Love You Too, Geoffroy’s Cat
- What Big Teeth You Have
- Sand Cat Bath
- Black-Footed Friday
- Get to the Nocturnal House Early
- Pallas Cats
- Happy Leap Year
- ISEC Flickr Group
- Caracal Ears
- Texas Black-Footed Cat
- Neofelis Nebulosa
- Spin Cycle
- Fishing Cat Dive
- Cloudie Day
- Sand Cat at the Ready
- White Tigers vs. Species Survival Plans
Grist, an environmental news site, used one of my photos in Sarah Laskow’s story “Surrogate-mom housecat gives birth to endangered kitten,” to illustrate a what a fully grown black-footed cat looks like. The story went up on March 14, 2012, and described work done by the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, Louisiana, to protect this engendered species through artificial insemination and cross-species surrogacy.
My picture of Sarah, the Cincinnati Zoo’s record-breaking cheetah, was used in an article on Wired‘s blog.
Rhodia Drive, a blog about Rhodia pads and notebooks, used a photo and quote from me in a post titled “Mr Guilt’s Unlimited Zoo Notebook.” This was about how I use one of Rhodia’s notebooks to assist in cataloging the photos I take. I’m a big fan of the orange pads.
Forbes magazine used a photo I took in their post “Return Free Tax Filing? Sure, With an Insanity Free Tax Code.”
Popular Science used my picture of a sand cat in their article “5 Great Wild Cats Apple Could Have Chosen for 10.9.”