Southern Marsh

18 Jul 19
Electronic Scrapbook

I thought I’d sit and scribble out a list of my favourite Natural History books of all time. It wasn’t an easy task. I wanted to keep it to 10 books, but have ended up with 15, it could easily have been 20 or 30 and several of the authors I could easily of included […]

18 Jul 19
The Freshwater Blog

Freshwater ecosystems are often key parts of our everyday landscapes: whether ponds, lakes, rivers, wetlands and canals that we might cross and pass by regularly. However, glimpsing the life that goes on below the surface of freshwaters can often be challenging, even to the most regular visitors. Some creative artists have used film to shed […]

18 Jul 19
Lillian Gish

Morning Union, 8 January 1916 The Clansman is coming to Local Theater shortly *** The Clansman also known as “The Birth of a Nation” The Auditorium management this morning make the important announcement that three complete performances of “The Clansman” will be given in this city Sunday and Monday, January 23rd and 24th, opening with […]

18 Jul 19
Dress Trendy

These are my favorite preppy brands! A few are on the more expensive side but still absolutely worth having!! Saving up the extra cash is totally worth it!! 1.) Simply Southern!! This is my favorite because I love the cute sayings and the decoration!! It goes and is perfect with anything!! 2.) Vineyard Vines!! Now […]

17 Jul 19
Traveling with Teenagers

by Shelley Marsh Washington DC is an excellent choice for a family vacation for this reason alone: Almost every attraction is free! I grew up in Northern Virginia, and we visited DC on almost every school trip. When I moved to Atlanta after college, I was surprised to find that, outside of DC, they charge […]

17 Jul 19
グロかぜ

Made for casuals willing to step their game up and people who want to level efficiently without being too tryhard about it. Divided into two parts: digital with links and copy/paste resources and the rest for printing out on paper. This is pvp-friendly manual so kindly fuck off if you happen to get triggered by […]

17 Jul 19
The Young Birder

Crete is the largest and most populated Greek island. It also holds the title for arguably the best Greek island on which to see migratory birds, which make the long journey annually from their wintering grounds in Africa to Europe, where they’ll breed and spend the summer months before flying the return trip again in […]

17 Jul 19
Kosher Travel Blog

Explore this uncharted region of Myanmar with Kosher River Cruises. Adventure awaits you in Asia’s hidden gem.

17 Jul 19
My Orchid Diary

Just a little message to say, I haven’t dropped off the face of the Earth, but life has been extremely busy for me lately and there has been no time left to blog. However, now my feet are touching the ground again, there will be more content and updates coming soon including:- Updates on the […]

17 Jul 19
The Irish Aesthete

With a backdrop of the McGillycuddy Reeks, evening light shines on what remains of Castle Corr (Cáisleán an Chórraig, the castle of the Marsh), County Kerry. This tower house was built in the middle of the 15th century by the McGillycuddys and, despite the family remaining Roman Catholic and backing James II in the Williamite […]

16 Jul 19
forestresearch
AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY

Cork rings suggest how to manage Quercus suber to mitigate the effects of climate changes  
Leite et al. in: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology  (2019), 266, pp 12-19

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16 Jul 19
Rustic and Refined Living: a fashion and lifestyle blog of understated luxury living

The building blocks for creating a preppy wardrobe of classics starts with shopping at the right retailers.  We’ve created a list of well-known brands and retailers you know plus some new ones you’ll be glad you do.   Anchored Style sold here Ann Taylor Austen Heller Banana Republic Barbour Bermies Swimwear Bird Dog Bay Brooks Brothers […]

16 Jul 19
Virginia Trail Guide

This 56-mile backpacking trip traverses some of Virginia’s very best Appalachian Trail scenery! There are panoramic vistas, windswept balds, meadows full of wildflowers, pretty streams, and even wild ponies. We were lucky enough to have six days of nearly perfect weather and not a single drop of rain! View the Full Album of Photos From […]

16 Jul 19
GRAVITONZ

This Eagle-Nosed, Shovel-Chinned Dinosaur May Be the Weirdest Thing You See Today Folorunsho Ibrahim | Jul 15, 2019 12:00 pm A shovel-jawed, hump-nosed dinosaur found in Big Bend National Park in Texas is a newfound genus and species, Aquilarhinus palimentus. Original Image Credit: ICRA Art A newfound duck-billed dinosaur species that lived about 80 million […]