Whenever I’m alone in the bush, there are several species of birds and animals which always keep me company – the Raven and Lesser Spotted Eagle fly above the trees making their calls (sometimes the eagle flies through the forest and its wing beats send whooshing sounds through the leaves), woodpeckers knock on trees, Jays scream at each other and Red Squirrels jump about playing with their nuts. 113 more words
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I trust my running app, most of the time. If I set out for a three-miler, and come home with only 2.8 on the screen, I’ll jog around the block to finish the job.
The shore of Alaska is not very important to Southern Beaufort polar bears – most of them stay on the sea ice during the summer and early fall, where they may or may not continue eating. 369 more words
I’ve been following some of the discussions about ad-blocking with interest. I’ve now seen a number of comments from a range of sides on this one and am continually being surprised by some of the attitudes and opinions starting to appear in this arms race between blockers and advertisers. 943 more words