Author: Ted Williams

There Are Way Too Many Wild Horses Out West

There Are Way Too Many Wild Horses Out West

They are icons of America’s past, symbols of our pioneering spirit. Eyes flashing, nostrils flaring, tails obscured by a cloud of dust, they tear [...]
Fish are wildlife too | Hatch Magazine

Fish are wildlife too | Hatch Magazine

For most Americans fish don’t count as wildlife. They’re slimy, cold, featherless, furless, silent and, save for anglers, generally unseen. In my last [...]
Wildlife Fauxtography May Be Behind That Instagram Post You Just Liked

Wildlife Fauxtography May Be Behind That Instagram Post You Just Liked

I’m disgusted with American journalism. It’s boring. I blame editors for assigning uninteresting stories, and people interviewed for being evasiv [...]
When the tide birds sing on South Andros | Hatch Magazine

When the tide birds sing on South Andros | Hatch Magazine

Andros Island is the biggest of the Bahamas with the fewest people. You catch the spirit of the place when you make your approach into Andros Town a [...]
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