Glen Loyd meets up with Emmy-award-winning cinematographer Neil Rettig—and his pet alligator snapping turtle, too.
There is nothing like an eclipse of the moon to get scientists revved up with explanations. But man and his mathematicians don't know everything about the universe, Glen Loyd writes.
It takes some time for these giant, prehistoric-looking birds to get to cruising speed.
Glen was so close with wildlife this week that he could look them in the eye.
The beautiful Sand Barrens of the Lower Wisconsin River with its cactus and lizards are called the Wisconsin Desert, but the hostile desert Glen Loyd takes us to this week seems devoid of life.
Now's the time to go after northern pike and walleye on the Rock River, a Janesville bait shop owner says.
Local birds are getting ready for a long journey.
This week on Glen Loyd videos: Some spectacular closeups of flying creatures.
Videographer Glen Loyd shares video of some late season baby ducks on the Rock River.
Videographer Glen Loyd shows viewers a dazzling red sunset, a stunning yellow moon and soft white dots in the dark, the flickers of fireflies.
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