Thanks to my sister Michelle McIlroy for designing the logo!


Ever since I was a child, I have been very interested in nature and the environment. I have a B.S. degree in wildlife biology, and have worked as a zookeeper, wildlife biologist, and ecologist. I am conducting a brief survey of world leaders, government officials, religious leaders, corporate CEOs, environmental groups, wildlife experts, and others regarding nature and the environment. I am also very interested in religious views, customs, and beliefs from around the world, and the interactions between religion, culture, society, and the environment. This is something I am doing out of personal interest, and is not connected to any group or organization. I have been working on this project since the summer of 2006, and hope to eventually turn it into a book and/or documentary. I am hoping to make this into a global project, with responses from all segments of society. Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions or comments. If you have not already done so, I hope that you will consider taking part in my project, and please spread the word to anyone you think might be interested! Thanks for stopping by!


June 14, 2010

Follow me....

For those of you who read my blog and are interested in connecting with me other places, I wanted to give a few links of where else you can find me :) I am on Facebook at so if you are on there, feel free to add me as a friend! You can also follow me on Twitter at I have profiles on the Biodiversity Media Alliance Development Crossing and PeaceNext and if you are interested in following my photography, you can view it at There is an option to add yourself as a site member there to get updates when I post new photos. Also, the Earth Survey Project has a page and group on
Facebook if you are interested.... There are many other places where I have feeds from my blog submitted, but I wanted to at least list a few other places where you can connect with me if interested!
"We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors; we borrow it from our Children." ~Native American proverb