Habitat

16 Feb 19
john Bacher PhD

Another original article: JohnBacherPhD.ca February 14, 2019 Endangered Species Act Review Threatens Two Great Wetlands Dr. John Bacher (l) Dr. John Bacher and Elder Danny Beaton. After becoming leader of the Conservative Party of Ontario, Ontario Premier Douglas Ford announced his election campaign with an ominous promise. This was that “If I have to hop […]

16 Feb 19
trailsoftravel

My intense affinity to explore national parks is probably attributable to my father’s trait of yearning to explore nature, in places where it is best kept untouched by mankind. National Parks or wildlife sanctuaries qualify as one of the leading destinations for such locales, probably because of the laws governing their protection. And, hence, he […]

16 Feb 19
Holistically Healthy

This week I’m Learning to use feelings of Fear, Guilt, Anger, Hurt and Unworthiness as tools instead of letting them stop me in my tracks whilst i’m walking along my own unique path of ‘The Hero’s journey’… This is a great opportunity to work on and develop the ‘virtue’ of a ‘pleasing personality’ A pleasing […]

16 Feb 19
Govinda

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16 Feb 19
Extinguish animals

The rhinoceros of Java (scientific name: Rhinoceros sondaicus) is a member of the family Rhinocerotidae and one of the five species of recent rhinos.It belongs to the same genus of the Indian rhinoceros, having many similar characteristics. Originally, it was distributed in the islands of Java and Sumatra, currently it is found only in the […]

16 Feb 19
Bitter and Twisted

Unlike B&T I will not be attending the AGM for reasons unrelated to the Association. I do however want my thoughts to be known. I have over past two years attempted to engage with the committee on a number of subjects and have been less than happy with the way in which I have been […]

16 Feb 19
Just Passing Through

After eventually leaving Swarkopmund the guides I was supposed to meet in Usakos hadn’t arrived yet. Instead we met them further along towards Windhoek at a random gas station. I had already met one of them, Kefas, from a couple of tours in Windhoek and now I was introduced to Benjamin.

16 Feb 19
Just a Girl and a Backpack

Hello everybody! Welcome to my blog. You might be wondering how you ended up on this page. I wouldn’t know: the internet is a mysterious place. But I do know that now that you’re here I’d like for you to stay awhile and learn a bit about why I am starting a blog. Who knows, […]

16 Feb 19

Predictors of habitat use and nesting success for two sympatric species of boreal woodpeckers in an unburned, managed forest landscape http://bit.ly/2TTd5vE Publication date: 15 April 2019 Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 438 Author(s): Catherine Craig, Marc J. Mazerolle, Philip D. Taylor, Junior A. Tremblay, Marc-André Villard Abstract Forest harvesting reduces mean stand age and […]

16 Feb 19
Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

So according to this article from the News Room, Ngāi Tahu have been instrumental in the loss of habitat for the small brown Eyrewell beetle in NZ… and it would appear, DoC almost powerless to stop them? The little beetle, like many insects world wide, is becoming extinct (not that any manufacturer of the lucrative […]

16 Feb 19
Gleason Family Adventure

No matter where you roam in Ohio, these 3 Preservation Parks of Delaware County should not be left off your list of winter hiking and exploration.

16 Feb 19
jasbirchatterjeephotoblog

No other website or publisher has got me as much love and admiration as a poet as Poemhunter.com. By frequently displaying my name as a ‘Popular Member’ and some of my poems as ‘Member Poem,’ PH continues to encourage me to submit more and more new poems to their site and acquire new admirers at […]