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Recently a friend told me about two web sites that uses a live camera to watch an eagle’s nest. In one nest were three baby eaglets just over a week old, and in the other nest was a single eaglet just on the verge of leaving the nest. 621 more words

Country Living

The Paw-sitives of Social Media Campaigns

Kevin Richardson is a well-known zoologist who has set straight many of the myths about working with wild animals, most notably lions. The video below shows Richardson playing with and hugging two lions he has known since they were cubs. 400 more words

Curlews for Companions

Living out in the bush, you don’t get a lot of visitors. New friends are hard to come by as you can imagine your social life is about nil. 100 more words

Nature

Day 3: Charming Chinar – The Sanctuary That Enthralls

It was around 3 0’clock in the afternoon when we entered the Chinar Wild Life sanctuary. By the time we left all three of us had fallen – our daughter on the rocks and we for the place. 559 more words

Travel

Lessons from a Sugar Maple

Drip, drip, drip…..it is the sound of the slow drip of maple sap into a galvanized metal bucket hanging from a Sugar Maple.  Only in New England can you enjoy a walk on the beach one day and find yourself 20 people deep sporting rubber boots as you follow a path through the woods over crunchy snow, patches of ice and the occasional strip of brown earth to learn about a very New England rite of early spring – Maple Sugaring.  207 more words

Tiritiri Matangi

Tiritiri Matangi Island is a 220 hectare open wildlife sanctuary situated in the Hauraki Gulf. Tiritiri Matangi means ‘looking into the wind’ or ‘wind tossing about’ in Māori. 893 more words

360 Discovery Cruises

AC Voice Appreciates: The Beautiful Amherst College Campus

(Siraj Sindhu)– As I made my way to class the other day, I ran into a professor whom I had a class with last semester, but I was a little distracted during our exchange. 614 more words

Amherst College Victories