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Songs Of The Month - February

Hi! :)

February is almost over, so I’m here with another songs of the month post. This month was so productive and great for me, I found lots of tunes that I like a LOT. 181 more words

Music

DKHQ Marine Facts: What creates those circular holes on seashells?

At Dalton Koss HQ we are often asked wonderful questions about the coastal and marine environment that we are only too happy to answer.

One question beach lovers often ask us is how are those incredibly circular holes made on the shells? 191 more words

My February Playlist: The Tallest Man on Earth, Coasts, Nick Jonas & More!

Hello all!

How are you all doing? I hope this past month has been treating you with nothing but love and positive vibes. It’s been a mighty ol’ month for me over here – the travel plans are well and truly underway, I stumbled across a seriously life changing Argentinian restaurant in the city called ‘Che’, celebrated ‘Galentines Day’ with my stunning lady friend Annie, sent off a job application to my dream employer (*cough* Totally Wild! 164 more words

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Nature Now Mimics Climate Change Experiment, Forget Geoengineering, and More!

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Speaking Out:

OO New York Times: Those Who Deny Climate Science Are Not ‘Skeptics’


Source: Climate Progress

OO US National Academy: Forget Geoengineering – Even The Term Is Misleading… 508 more words

Live Review: COASTS & Bad Suns // Union Transfer, Philadelphia, 16.02.15

Rolling on to the American scene with the help of headlining act Bad Suns, COASTS were ready to impress the small crowd at the Union Transfer on the 16th on their first visit to the US and the city of brotherly love: Philadelphia. 533 more words

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Easy

dog on a surf board

lets think about that

for the time being

One place Charlie can roam free off a lead without any mishaps is Merricks Beach on Westernport Bay. 25 more words

Photography

Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

The Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) is a small bird species living in Europe, Asia, and northeastern North America. Only occasionally, individuals migrate as far south as East Africa, southern Asia, or Indonesia. 188 more words

Nature