Nature Walks with Henry Horn

Welcome to Nature Walks with Henry Horn!

Ecology professor Henry Horn has been exploring Princeton University’s campus for the past 53 years—and paying close attention to the plants and animals he meets. This video series will share Henry’s unique knowledge of Princeton’s natural history, as well as give viewers the information they need to go out and experience campus ecology themselves.

Featured Video:

Episode 2: Peregrine Falcon

A peregrine falcon often roosts at the tippy top of Fine Hall Tower. In spring, fall and winter, gaze upward at dusk for a chance to spot the world’s fastest animal. (During a dive, peregrines reach speeds up to 240 miles per hour!)

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Past Videos:

Episode 1: Skunk Cabbage

About Henry Horn

Henry Horn
Henry Horn, emeritus professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, has been exploring the wildest corners of Princeton’s campus for the past 53 years. During this time, field notebook in hand, he’s been a keen observer of the flora, fauna and fungus he encounters. For a full biography, visit the department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology's website.
All videos and stories by Jared Flesher.