San Juan wildflowers.From The Nature Conservancy (Jennifer Morris): The Nature Conservancy’s CEO Jennifer Morris shares why it’s time for radical collaboration on climate change & biodiversity loss—now more than ever. As a lifelong conservationist and now CEO of The Nature Conservancy, I am an impatient optimist. I hear the clock ticking on climate change. I…Nature’s Future Is Our Future — The Nature Conservancy #ActOnClimate — Coyote Gulch
#YCW2020 A Day in the Life – Isle of May Nature Reserve Manager David Steel — Scotland’s Nature
During the Year of Coasts and Waters 2020, we’ve been joining SNH staff working along our shorelines and waterways to gain an insight into the important and varied work they do. This month Isle of May National Nature Reserve (NNR) Manager David Steel reflects on an unusual start to the season as a result of […]#YCW2020 A Day in the Life – Isle of May Nature Reserve Manager David Steel — Scotland’s Nature
Making Time for Nature — The TerraCycle Blog — Life & Soul Magazine
The World Environment Day 2020 theme is “Time For Nature,” an urgent call to protect biodiversity and rethink humanity’s relationship with the natural world. Making Time for Nature: World Environment Day 2020 — The TerraCycle BlogMaking Time for Nature — The TerraCycle Blog — Life & Soul Magazine
The language of nature — Forvie National Nature Reserve
There is a book The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris that has seen campaigns to get a copy in every school in Scotland and further afield, you may know it already. The book started as a response to the Oxford Children’s Dictionary deciding to drop nature words such as ‘acorn’ and ‘bluebell’ […]The language of nature — Forvie National Nature Reserve
Song of life from a beak — Le Drake Noir
Bird life at the tiny forest pond. Birds sing a lot, the only exception is when they eat – when they are nervous, when they are happy and when they are in love. Maybe we humans sing too little.?
# A PHOTO A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY — Living in Nature
Nup! There’s no photo from my archives today. I’ve been too busy. Standing on my balcony. Breathing the fresh air. Doing my daily exercise. Breathing in. Breathing out. Admiring the young eucalyptus trees lined up in front of all our balconies. These young trees were level with the balcony fence when I moved […]
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Nature’s Way Almanac 2020 — Oakland County Blog
WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY January January is the month that some lament the onslaught of winter storms, but for those that love the ways of nature, it’s a month of grand adventure and discovery. It’s a time to hike and breathe deeply under evergreen trees and, if Mother Nature cooperates, snowshoe on backcountry trails. […]
Very superstitious – nature and folklore in the spotlight — Scotland’s Nature
Explore Scotland’s natural environment and you will soon discover that it is packed full of folklore and superstition. Down through the years a close connection with nature led people to interpret its signs and symbols in many weird and wonderful ways. This Friday the 13th we take a look at a few of the best known tales. Lucky […]
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Faoileagan nan Seanfhaclan / Seagulls of Many Proverbs — Scotland’s Nature
Tha na faoileagan a’ nochdadh ann an mòran sheanfhaclan is abairtean / Seagulls appear in large number of Gaelic proverbs and observations about nature Faoileagan nan Seanfhaclan Tha e iongantach na th’ againn de sheanfhaclan co-cheangailte ri faoileagan. Bidh sibh eòlach, tha mi cinnteach, air an abairt cho còir ris an fhaoileig. Tha feadhainn dhen […]
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2 Wilden Marsh Fox Cubs — The Wilden Marsh Blog
Two Wilden Marsh fox cubs and Dad. 2 Wilden Marsh fox cubs and dad The post 2 Wilden Marsh Fox Cubs appeared first on The Wilden Marsh Blog.
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