This photo might change your answer.
Using ultralight aircraft, conservationists guide whooping cranes along on their first migration from Wisconsin to Florida.
Travel with me to Panama to discover the colorful wildlife of Central America. Well find birds, lizards, frogs, and monkeys, and of course have a fair dose of adventure in the process.
On a hike along the Potomac River, I was lucky to find a frog, pileated woodpecker, salamander eggs, and even a guy on a unicycle. Can you help me identify the salamander eggs?
Who says monkeys are dirty? When this one steals my orange, he ends up squeaky clean.
NatureBreak is a video blog and online community I started to bring together people who love nature. The idea is to harness the power of technology to help people reconnect with their local environments. I hope that each video, photo, and post will be the start of a conversation. So please have fun exploring and, Read More
Before you answer, take a look at this photo, taken by my dad John Serrao. He found this female red centipede, Scolopocryptops sexpinosus, underneath a log in the Blackwater Sate Forest in the Florida panhandle. Read More
I created this moving video about whooping cranes for Operation Migration, an organization that has played a lead role in the reintroduction of this endangered species. Using ultralight aircraft, their pilots act as surrogate parents and guide whooping cranes along on their first migration from Wisconsin to Florida. Read More
Its hard to believe that it has been five years since I started this community for nature lovers. Thanks to all of you, it has been incredibly fun and rewarding. We’ve been able to share our experiences, learn from each other, and make real conservation impacts.