5.25.2016

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 157 - 5.24.16


If polar bears were farmers, I'm pretty sure they'd work in eastern Washington.

5.24.2016

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 156 - 5.23.16


Yesterday was World Turtle Day... and I picked up where I left off with the adventurous little bear from last week. I'm liking these color washes too, so perhaps a few more like this to come!

5.21.2016

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 155 - 5.20.16


Another BIKE MONTH post to end the week :) Since Friday was "bike to work" day, this little bear gets to ride/read on some sort of sic-fi arctic snow-cat cycle -- or something like that!

5.20.2016

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 154 - 5.18.16


Polar bear cubs -- in nervous anticipation of another warm summer. Too little ice and too much swimming -- even for these most awesome of maritime mammals...

5.19.2016

Harts Pass No. 299

As per usual, the crack reporting team over at the WBN (Wolverine Broadcasting Network) presents a spot-on synthesis of pop culture and environmental reporting!

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 153 - 5.18.16


Celebrating BEAR AWARENESS WEEK with some adequately accurate depictions of our three North American species. From left to right: Grizzly Bear, Polar Bear, and Black Bear. Can YOU name several characteristics that set these critters apart? Visit the Defenders of Wildlife Bear Awareness Week page to see how much you know!

5.17.2016

Presidential Polar Bear Post Card Project No. 151 - 5.16.16


Yesterday I sent my 151st Polar Bear Post Card to President Obama. It seemed like a fine time to reaffirm my commitment to the project... and to promise that I'll keep sending them until January 20th, 2017. And so it goes!