"A Song A Day" Feature (2020)

Photo by Ted Mann, El Malpais National Monument, New Mexico
Hello, my name is Arch McCallum. I enjoy being out in nature -- identifying what I see, thinking about connections, and sometimes bringing back recordings, videos, or stills to share. If you'd like to come along with me on one of these jaunts, we can arrange it; I have a guiding service. This page is the portal to several types of trips that I lead, as well as places you can find the media and ideas I bring home. Follow the links below for more specific information, or email me. The address is web at If you like, you may check out my academic credentials. Thanks, and I look forward to meeting you.

Links to Arch's Jaunts, Media, and Writings
If there's no link, the site is in preparation.
Trips Blogs and Media Web Guides
Birding Safaris
into the American Southwest, by
Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions
Simple Wonder Blog: Essays on Birds, Nature, and Life The Charleston 300: Three hundred steps to ecological literacy in the Lowcountry.
Birding Charleston and the Lowcountry: Guiding for Listers and Seekers Riverland Nature Blog: Everyday Observations in My 'Hood Using Sonograms to Understand Birdsong
Lowcountry Ecology-Nature Fieldtrips: Guided Tours of Lowcountry Ecosystems Youtube Channel
Media Gallery
Empidonax Demystified

Applied Bioacoustics: My research and writing on bird sounds
Unless otherwise specified, all photographs, graphs, photos, sound recordings, and videos on this site © Dougald Archibald McCallum.