21 Apr 19
Rafael Salazar ~ Artist & Sculptor

Call to Action to protect Our own planet. Let’s be the Change!

“The good news is that the rate of extinctions can still be slowed, and many of our declining, threatened and endangered species can still recover if we work together now to build a united global movement of consumers, voters, educators, faith leaders, and scientists to demand immediate action.”

21 Apr 19
Wildlife Photo Sweden

Lite vårkänsla med förhöjning med hjälp av spindellinan som fångar ljus

21 Apr 19
Back Yard Biology

Oklahoma is flat, right?  Except for a chunk of interesting geography called the Wichita mountains in southwestern OK near Lawton.  The rocky 2000 foot promontories here are the result of a failed continental rift that filled with granite 500 million years ago, was covered with sediments of the inland sea, and was pushed up late […]

21 Apr 19

It’s been a very pleasant week since we left Orléans, both in weather and relaxation, and we are now our way up north once more.  Time has just flown by again. After leaving Orléans, we headed on a general south-eagerly direction following mainly the A77/N7 all the way to St-Pierre-le-Moutier, south of Nevers in the […]

21 Apr 19
Issy Cassidy

Stack Functions are an invention or design that performs multiple functions. The Arcata Marsha and Wildlife Sanctuary, the example given in lecture of a stack function relating to water, is wastewater treatment facility in the city of Arcata. Using the standard wastewater treatment with the natural processes of constructed wetlands, Arcata has been able to […]

21 Apr 19
Outbound Lynx

After staying the night in San Francisco, I decided to take a short trip over the Golden Gate Bridge to Point Reyes National Seashore. Point Reyes is a 71,028 acre preserve maintained by the National Park Service in Marin County, California. Point Reyes caught my eye because I wanted to do something more than just […]

21 Apr 19
Danielle Palmer-Friedman

Originally posted on Lonely Arts Club Seattle, March 10: https://lonelyartsclubseattle.com/2019/03/10/waste-not-want-not-local-chef-uses-food-scraps-for-art-installation-at-the-vera-project/ *** I’m staring at a glass jar full of onion skins. They look delicate yet harsh, and with a battery-operated tea light inside, the dry skins flicker like a mess of spiderwebs caught with a lightning bug. Talk about an organic decoration. Zachary Pacleb and […]

21 Apr 19

A Nevada wildlife researcher has found that not even the fastest bird on Earth can escape mercury contamination. The toxic element is turning up in feathers of peregrine falcons from coast to coast, including those at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, state Department of Wildlife biologist Joe Barnes told the Las Vegas Review-Journal . […]

21 Apr 19
trips & tricks

By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline 08:16 BST 19 Apr 2019, updated 08:47 BST 19 Apr 2019 What kind of scenery could a cruise holiday adventure reward you with?   Well, the epic kind. As we reveal here with these stunning images of cruise ships in amazing places. If you’re looking for a splash of sunshine, there are […]

21 Apr 19

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21 Apr 19

My husband and I took a walk in Ypsilanti, MI’s North Bay Park today (about an hour) and did a “turtle census,” and counted 20 turtles! By the way, this is probably an EXCELLENT activity to do with children when you’re out for a walk by a lake or a pond on a warm day […]

21 Apr 19
The Mini Smallholder

As part of my No Spend Challenge for the Year I am looking at my ‘fixed’ bills. I have found that actually a few of them are less ‘fixed’ than you might think. The first is my regular £60 a month Direct Debit to the water company. This amounts to around £720 a year. How […]

21 Apr 19
Western/Pacific Smooth Ride Sentinel

By Cheyenne Mathews Construction on the Sterling Highway started in August of 2017 and is forecast to be complete in 2019. If you’ve driven between Anchorage and the Kenai Peninsula this summer, chances are you waved at a Granite Construction Company flagger or waited while Granite crews worked. The company is working on two large […]

21 Apr 19
Grey Hayes

The Situation Our community has done a relatively good job of preserving nature and building a tourist economy, but with no end in sight to development pressure and wild lands feeling the pinch we as a community have nature tourism sustainability issues it’s up to us to face and manage. In the current configuration around […]