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Pope cardinal ....Amazon Rainforest Bird...Cardinalidae

Pope cardinal…Amazon Rainforest bird

Pope Cardinals were regular visitors to the lodge in the Amazon Rainforest, but a flash of blood red in the shrubs was usually all I got to see of this bird…the bad photo shows the difficulty I found with photographing this vibrantly coloured bird in the forest. 65 more words


The Forest Returns

By the turn of the 20th century much of the land here had been logged. It was a time of tremendous changes to the landscape and the ecology as well. 185 more words


Documenting Local Biodiversity: What Is This Moth?

I saw this moth several years ago on March 30, 2006. The temperatures were still around freezing that day and the upland fields were clear of snow, but in the lowlands and in the woods there was still snow on the ground. 965 more words


10 Generations Of Citizen Science Yields Important Findings On Forest Life Cycles

Thanks to Conservation generally, and in this specific case to Jason G. Goldman, for their continued provision of these summaries of important scientific research findings: 921 more words


Carbomap's Carbon Emissions and Offsetting (2013-2014)

Carbomap recently calculated our carbon emissions for 2013-14, and we found that we had generated 1.65 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.

In the grand scheme of ‘corporate’ carbon emissions this is a tiny amount, however we feel that this doesn’t detract from the fact that we are having an adverse impact on our natural environment (however small). 687 more words


'Leaving the forest'...poem of love.

This poem was written a few hours after I had left the rainforest. I did not know at the time but it would be the last time I saw my forest for years maybe forever. 9 more words