PoP Featured on WUSA Channel 9 News

Thanks to all who sent kind emails after seeing the piece. It aired Monday night at 11pm. For those that missed it you can see the piece above and there is a write up on the WUSA Web site here.

I should add, I’m still 34! Plus the blog started in 2006. Speaking of which the 3 year anniversary party is Thursday Nov. 5th so mark your calendars. More details on that to follow.

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  • Awesome, man, and I love your message. Cheers to PoP.

  • Congrats PoP… I’m still looking out for that pigeon-eating falcon.

  • Cool. Congrats! Do you really walk a few dozen miles every weekend??

  • Prince Of Petworth

    I walk at least 30 miles over Fri-Sun. Sometimes a bit more now, that I can walk around during the week.

  • That is fantastic. If you ever get the time, I’d be interested to hear about any particularly interesting walking routes you’ve found, especially those that start near a metro station…that is, if you can remember them. I do a god bit of weekend walking but seem to find myself repeating routes too often. Either way, thanks!

  • Excellent to see someone so–as you said–sincere and excited about what they do. Cheers!

  • This site is addicting, I will tell you that, because things I see during the week or that I am interested in just seem to pop right up on your site. It’s like you are everywhere. Keep it up. And congrats on your full time endeavor. Need an assistant? Perhaps an editor ;0)

  • the good times are coming!

  • great job! I just subscribed a few months ago – happy that you cover such a broad area!

  • Congratulations amigo, keep up the good work…

    Nestor Sanchez C

  • Hey, nice bird sighting!

    If it isn’t already taken – can I claim resident PoP ornithologist? To demonstrate my credentials I’ll identify the “falcon” you saw – it was actually a Cooper’s Hawk (Accipiter cooperi) in the Accipiter family – not a Falcon.

    The Cooper’s hawk and it’s smaller cousin the Sharp-tailed Hawk follow(& eat) the migratory birds from the north as they make their way south (some all the way to central America). It normally lives in dense forests in the northern half of the United States and the Boreal forests of Canada.

    Here’s a photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_pollard/3494073897/

    Good Birding!

  • It was indeed a hawk.

    Separately, do continue as you state in the WUSA piece to concentrate on good content and the rest will follow.

    Felicitations and continued success, PoP.

  • Congrats on the well-deserved props, PoP! I love this site 🙂

  • congrats pop
    How many miles do u walk during the Winter

  • Props to PoP – way to follow your bliss!

  • Prince – you are an inspiration to all of us office drones that check your site to punctuate the monotony. Seriously, you are a lifesaver (close second = David Alpert and GGW).

    On that note, I think you should interview him for the site. Just throwin it out there. He, like you, is a huge asset to the city.

  • Congrats on the media attention and keep up the excellent work! I’ll bet you see a spike in hits after that, for sure.

  • Congrats!!! It’s great to have you as part of the community! I love this site!!!

  • Congrats! What a nice piece! I thought you were very passionate and well spoken!

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