The Water in the West Symposium (November 2-3, 2022) will bring together global experts in #water — #ColoradoState University — Coyote Gulch

South Platte River near CSU Spur. Photo credit: Colorado State University Register here. Click the link to read the release on the Colorado State University website (Anthony Lane): This year’s CSU Spur Water in the West Symposium, to be held Nov. 2-3 in downtown Denver, will bring together policymakers, researchers, and experts from the business, nonprofit,…

The Water in the West Symposium (November 2-3, 2022) will bring together global experts in #water — #ColoradoState University — Coyote Gulch

Viral video showing what happens to horses during hurricanes shocks viewers — Tuesday’s Horse

Via Newsweek » A video that sheds light on what happens to horses during hurricanes has gone viral on social media and upset thousands of viewers. Sam J. Hobbs, a Florida horse owner, posted the video to TikTok on Tuesday, writing: “[I] braided my info in my horse’s mane [and I’m] leaving him outside for […]

Viral video showing what happens to horses during hurricanes shocks viewers — Tuesday’s Horse

Living walls — This, that and the other thing

I love living walls and South Bay Botanic Garden has one of the best living walls I’ve ever seen. Besides the interest of the plants, I liked the design, different from the usual squares. Living walls are panels of plants, grown vertically – using hydroponics or substrate-based growing media – on structures that are either […]

Living walls — This, that and the other thing

Baby’s got blue eyes — Mike Powell

I was thrilled to spot this very pretty filly in the midst of a band of wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota on 10 August 2022. If you look closely, you’ll see that she has incredible blue eyes. I think that this baby horse may be named Dreamer, born on 2 […]

Baby’s got blue eyes — Mike Powell

Postcards of Greek Doors — Have Bag, Will Travel

You may have noticed that I rather like taking pictures of doors, especially Greek doors. In 1998 I visited the island of Rhodes and bought this collection of postcards… George Meis is now a very famous Greek photographer whose work is available everywhere.  In 1998 he was just starting out and his work was restricted […]

Postcards of Greek Doors — Have Bag, Will Travel

Foal-Free Friday, Changing the Way They’re Managed Edition — Western Horse Watchers Association

An estimated 250 wild horses have been displaced from their lawful home in the Pine Nut Mountains HA by permitted grazing. The HA has a resource management problem, not a wild horse problem, yet the advocates are going after the horses. “We’re changing the way wild horse herds are managed, not their land.” That means […]

Foal-Free Friday, Changing the Way They’re Managed Edition — Western Horse Watchers Association

Donkey slaughter ban a ‘historic decision for whole species’ — Tuesday’s Horse

THE IVORY COAST The slaughter and export of donkeys has been banned in Ivory Coast (also known as Côte d’Ivoire) following an announcement by the government earlier this month (13 July). In recent years, hundreds of thousands of donkeys across Africa have been slaughtered for their skins due to rising Chinese demand for ejiao, a […]

Donkey slaughter ban a ‘historic decision for whole species’ — Tuesday’s Horse

Birds & Dinosaurs – Joined at the Hip | Yale News — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG

All baby birds have a moment prior to hatching when their hip bone is a tiny replica of a dinosaur’s pelvis. That’s one of the findings in a new, Yale-led study in the journal Nature that explores the evolutionary underpinnings of the avian hip bone. It is also a modern-day nod to the dramatic transformation that led from dinosaurs to birds over tens of millions of years.

Birds & Dinosaurs – Joined at the Hip | Yale News — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG
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