Welcome!

I’m a freelance writer and Biology professor who is always up for an outdoor adventure, while keeping the environment in mind. Find out more about me on the About the Adventurer tab.

Click the Blog link to find my most recent adventures with a mix of my recent published green articles. If you’re interested in a specific topic, try the search engine on the right column of every page to search the archives.

Interested in my freelance work?  Visit my Freelance Writing Tab.

Find out what my friends are up to on the Links to Love.

While you’re on the home page, enjoy the slideshow below of some past adventures from hiking in the snow with fifth graders to mist netting for bats with my waders.

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12 Responses to Welcome!

  1. Derek Coulter says:

    Hey Naima!! I like the look of it! Hope you are doing well!

  2. Mike B says:

    Nemer!! This is SWEET!! Good on ya! I’m proud to see you being a successful advocate of what you believe in and what is right!! Great to see this!! Mike (the maint man…)

  3. Mike B says:

    Lots of trees, not much water this year, been really dry so far. We need about 6″ to catch up.

  4. Niko Holmen says:

    Can’t say enough about this website – its alot better than mine.

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  6. Tessa Smith says:

    Hi Naima, I found your blog sort of by accident while researching some ringtail literature. I’ve also trapped ringtails for research in the Sierra Nevada mountains, along with many other meso-carnivores. In addition, a good friend of mine is doing his masters on ringtails now in the Trans-Pecos mountain area in TX (West Texas A&M University).

    Anyway, I just wanted to let you know I’d like to follow your blog and see what other wildlife adventures you are doing! Thanks so much for publishing such enjoyable content and photos.

    Tessa Smith
    Wildlife Technician
    US Forest Service-Pacific Fisher Project

    • admin says:

      Tessa –

      Thank you very much for the comment. I actually went to graduate school at West Texas A&M! Glad to hear from another mesocarnivore researcher.

      Email me at njmontacer@gmail.com if you have any ringtail or other questions!

      Naima

  7. Larry Phenneger says:

    Hey really great site!

  8. Gina Cotton says:

    Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to Skype with my class. We enjoyed being with you and learning from you today. Thank you again for bringing learning into our class.

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