British Rainforest Revival — Organikos

Human activity has impacted the amount of temperate rainforest in the UK but it still exists in a few places, such as the Brecon Beacons in Wales. Photograph: Henk Meijer/Alamy Rainforests are not only tropical ecosystems. Our thanks to Patrick Greenfield, and the Guardian, for this reminder: Lost rainforest could be revived across 20% of […]

British Rainforest Revival — Organikos

Wild horses can prevent out-of-control wildfires out west, researcher says. Here’s how — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Brooke Baitinger One man’s extensive research into wild horse behavior suggests their presence in the wilderness may help cut down on the size and intensity of wildfires in the western U.S. Roaming wild horses may help cut down on the size and intensity of wildfires out west, according to research from the Wild Horse […]

Wild horses can prevent out-of-control wildfires out west, researcher says. Here’s how — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

From thisveryworld.wordpress.com

By Kristine Crandall

The yellow-breasted chat was teasing me, enticing me to follow and try and see him. I felt so close, the whistle echoing against the wall of cliffs. Thirty seconds later I heard him way up the Santa Clara River. I walked along the trail for a few minutes, getting closer, even closer…It was briefly quiet before I realized he was up beyond the next bend. Worn out, but not disappointed, I turned around and hiked out. This same pattern has repeated across many summer hikes here. They merge into one.

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https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yellow-Breasted-Chat-Oregon.jpg Attribution: Jim Conrad, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Micro-Season: “The Geese Arrive” — Naturalist Weekly

We have entered the micro-season of “The Geese Arrive”. This is the first micro-season of the mini-season of Cold Dew. As a way to celebrate this season, we will learn about the White-Fronted Goose and then read haiku by Issa, Basho, Takaha Shugyo, and Buson.

Micro-Season: “The Geese Arrive” — Naturalist Weekly

Celebrating Ibis — Jet Eliot

Humans have been celebrating ibis, a large wading bird, for thousands of years. Here is a brief overview and extensive photo gallery of ibis around the world; beginning with ancient times and ending with my favorite. Australian White Ibis There are 29 species of ibis in the world today, on all continents except Antarctica. White […]

Celebrating Ibis — Jet Eliot

Yoho~ —

Muted fall colors, (click to enlarge) and pale powder rivers. Canada is gorgeous, in every season, but fall’s, subtle splendor, takes your breath away, as does a gregarious gray jay! Cheers to you from Yoho National Park in the fall~ The post Yoho~ appeared first on .

Yoho~ —