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"Look up, see me, here I am, see me"

It’s the end of the third week of May, and songbird migration is pretty well over this year, a week earlier than most Mays. It’s been a month of little rain and clear nights, weather conditions that encourage the birds just to keep moving north. 633 more words

Birding

Banana nut bread

Trying to keep sain as a stay at home mom isn’t always easy. For me, my days are filled with a colicky baby and constantly asking myself if I was even ready for motherhood. 189 more words

Mother

Winterbourne Diary: Peter Rabbit and the Accidental Mycologist

Helen Beatrix Potter is best known for her brilliantly illustrated tales which still delight children as much today as they did when they first appeared one hundred years ago at the beginning of the 20th century. 588 more words

Edwardian

Crerar Forest: Urban Forest Walk TONIGHT

Wed May 18 from 18:30 – 20:30.

Join Dr. Giuliana Casimirri, Ph.D., an urban forest enthusiast, and local naturalist Sheldon McGregor to explore this small but significant patch of urban forest within Hamilton. 57 more words

Hamilton

West Norfolk, June 2015

The frothy umbels of cow parsley along the lanes are beginning to fade, to be replaced by the brilliant white of ox-eye daisies . There is less birdsong; instead, fledglings shout from the hedges and trees, demanding food. 1,441 more words

Birding

Natural to life


“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” -Hippocrates

As the CEO of the gift of life Community home INC , a nonprofit organization establish October 2008, I’m overly thrilled.

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Secret Go the Wolves

Secret Go the Wolves by R. D. Lawrence

R. D. Lawrence was born at sea off the coast of Spain in the 1920s. Lawrence’s father was a journalist based in the Mediterranean. 149 more words

Biologist