My Friends Call Me the Worm Whisperer!
Worms are my favorite invertebrate. I love to explore Pine Knoll Forest; it's my favorite place to investigate because
it's damp, dark, and teeming with life. Rotten logs hide a treasure trove of invertebrates and, like a pig snuffling for truffles, I spend a lot of hours digging around.
It's my mission to help people understand how valuable they are. Maybe you think about worms when you see one or two struggling to cross the driveway after a rainstorm but, what about when they’re snug in their earthly homes, out of site? That’s when they do their important work. They are really busy and productive. It’s amazing what they accomplish in silence.
Would you like to learn about worms?
Check out my Worm Whisperer Series:
All About Worms: The Good, The Bad, and The Yucky
We go on exciting “Worm Missions” and explore the silent world of hardworking good worms. We keep our distance
as we study the bad worms that cause trouble and I promise a few surprises as we study the yucky worms.
In addition to these 3 squirmy eBooks, there is "Power in the Poop" a guide to vermicomposting. That's a lot of wormology! (I like to make up words) and I just know you're going to love it.
So, grab a pen, a magnifier and let’s get started! Oh, you’re also going to meet my neighbor and Worm Amigo,
Wallace Berkshire. He oozes with worm love and never misses an opportunity to explore, get his hands dirty,
and share a good worm joke.