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Seahorses & Seadragons

Amongst Dalton Koss HQ’s favourite animals and plants are the enigmatic seahorses and seadragons.

Are they real? Do they really exist?”, DKHQ is often asked. 348 more words


What Can We Do?

I recalled when I was on a trip to Siwa desert with friends. It was past dinner time. There was an Egyptian sweeping the floor. He worked at the restaurant. 372 more words


ENGLAND IS DYING.....Less than a fifth of England's rivers, lakes and streams are in good health

Less than a fifth of England’s rivers, lakes and streams are in good health, figures have shown, prompting calls from conservation groups for action to restore waterways. 158 more words



Photo credit: jovinacooksitalian.com

We are all but Seeds

Adaptable and Resourceful

Regardless of the Elements

Thriving In

Or Rejecting

Our Environments

Subject to Change

Sprouting and Flourishing… 23 more words


Flooding danger to uranium tailings at proposed Wiluna uranium mine

Chapple says water could increase the risk at Toro,  Kalgoorlie Miner, 26 Mar 15  Mining and Pastoral MLC Robin Chapple has expressed concerns about plans to mine uranium in Wiluna after the “flooding” of Lake Way. 277 more words


Talk about critically endangered

It was with some pride that my photograph above of a swift parrot, that happened into our yard, won a place by public vote in the Bruny Primary School 2015 calendar for the month of March. 391 more words

Bruny Birds

Edmonton group pushes to have portion of Mill Creek resurfaced

WATCH ABOVE: A push is now underway to bring the north end of Mill Creek back to a natural state. Vinesh Pratap has the details. 283 more words