Thursday, November 29, 2007

Congratulations David Lynch- "Dozen" CD now available!

We would like to congratulate David Lynch on his brand new album release -

David has been kind enough to support us with his wonderful music – You can hear his very special solo guitar instrumental versions of “Don't Let Me Go,” “G.D. Jam” and “Marianne's Wedding” in our Island Fox Release Video and the Friends of the Island Fox FoxTalk podcasts as well as our Halloween Special Podcast.

Dozen….. David Lynch's 3rd album of original songs (2 covertunes on this one) features the fantastic Dobro work of Frank Duncan and the outstanding Mandolin stylings of Mark Travis.

David Lynch is an Emmy winner and 2 time Golden Reel award winner and has been writing songs since childhood.
As a solo singer songwriter he is a 3-time finalist at the Sierra Songwriters Festival in Sonora, CA, a 2-time finalist at the Founders Title Folk and Bluegrass Festival in Park City, UT, a finalist at the Sisters Music Festival in Sisters, OR, and a finalist at the Tumbleweed Music Festival in Richland, WA.
He will happily tell you that his father's name was also David Lynch, and further that he holds no animosity whatsoever for anyone else in the film or music business with the same name.

Please visit, hear more songs and purchase albums at his website -

You can email him at

Monday, November 26, 2007

Island Fox Talk - Health Check Catalina

Friends of the Island Fox presents:

The Santa Catalina Island fox became endangered when an outbreak of disease, believed to be canine distemper, killed over 85% of the population in just a few years. To help prevent such catastrophic events in the future, biologists across the Channel Islands use the late summer and early fall to count island foxes and give them health checks.

In September, Friends of the Island Fox went out in the field with Julie King, fox biologist for the Catalina Island Conservancy as she did health checks on wild island foxes.

Click to Listen to Island Fox Talk Podcast in the field with Julie King as she examines a young female island fox.