The Burry Dog Goes Hollywood

Kelly Rypkema’s co-star gets a pat from the cameraman.

Fellow NYC nature lover Kelly Rypkema, a biologist and actress, is the creator and star of Nature in a New York Minute.  If you haven’t discovered these charming, informative one-minute videos, here’s your chance as Out Walking the Dog’s own “burry dog” co-stars in Kelly’s most recent video, Burdock.

Be sure to watch until after the credits to see Strider, aka Esau, give a burdock plant a little payback for all those burrs.  If you’re a regular follower of OWTD, you may even recognize the location.

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For more on the burry dog, the burry man, and all things burdock, visit the links below:

The Burry Man, the Burry Dog, and Burdock

Plant People: Green Man, Burry Man, Moss Man and Poison Ivy

The Return of the Burry Dog

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11 Comments on “The Burry Dog Goes Hollywood”


  1. [...] tracking nature in the city & other NYC odysseys « The Burry Dog Goes Hollywood [...]

  2. Mr. Mantooth Says:

    Is the rumor true that Burry Dog is slated to play 007 in the next James Bond movie?

  3. Daniel Says:

    I didn’t know about the Burry Man. How cool!


  4. What a great production and star quality actors! Nature and biomimicry a great inspiration.

  5. Barbara Says:

    What a great video – and what a star! Esau can I have your paw print please?

  6. Charlotte Says:

    Fabulous OWTD! May I get Esau’s autograph next time I’m in town. He is the perfect dog for this subject, having been buried by the burdock’s burrs before. Please let us (your readers) know how this came to be.


    • Credit goes to Melissa for writing that great post about Burdock, which gave me the idea for the episode. Then she even provided the talent! Thanks Melissa!


      • Thanks, Charlotte, and thanks, Kelly, for responding. I just love finding others who share my urban nature obsession, and am always up for sharing info and collaborations, especially with someone as talented – and funny – as Kelly.


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