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feral fruit trees melbourne

Recently I heard about Feral Fruit Trees Melbourne, a local blog that plots the location of fruit trees growing in (or overhanging) public spaces in this city. 133 more words

Travel

Music for an Earthy Soul: Range of Light

A beautiful album by S Carey (also drummer and supporting vocalist for Bon Iver) the album was inspired by some of the things I love most, the outdoors (specifically the CA & AZ mountains) and one of my favorite authors, the conservationist, John Muir. 83 more words

RIDDLE: WHEN IS MAN LIKE A WOODPECKER?

ANSWER: WHEN HE’S HANGING A GREAT GRAY OWL NEST PLATFORM.

Today forester Marty Main hung the first two Great Gray Owl nest platforms on a private ranch near Grizzly Peak. 526 more words

Birds

Vacationing in an Unsustainable Place

Before arriving in Corolla, North Carolina, one of the 14 beach towns on the barrier islands, I was apprehensive of what I would find and say that might cause arguments amongst family and friends. 754 more words

Climate Change

Should We Stay or Should We Go Now: Evacuation from Laysan

August 5-18, 2014 | By Barbara Heindl

This past week we hit the halfway point of our 90-day tour on Laysan to monitor Millerbirds, and it showed. 2,005 more words

Bird Conservation

The Black & White Truth About Giant Pandas

Actually, given that this is ‘just a blog post’, I’m not going to go and dig out the sources and reference all the points I’m about to make. 3,473 more words

Ramblings

Attention Rhino Horn Users!

Each day at  least three rhino die for two reasons:
1. the Asian belief that horn cures medical ailments
2. as a status symbol in Vietnamese high society. 201 more words

Rhino Ramblings