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Winter, Wildlife and Animals: The Impact of Cold Weather, and What We Can Do About It

The cold weather is never particularly pleasant. However, as humans, we’re lucky in the fact that we can wrap up in more layers, put the heating on and pour ourselves a hot drink. 1,057 more words

Nature

Innovation via Insects: The Chinese Way

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) seems to be in the news all the time. For all kinds of reasons. Gone are the days when people could make fun of China by passing sly comments about the dubious nature of Chinese products or fudged economic data. 551 more words

Art

We Share, Because It's In Our Best Interest

Multiple trees, shrubs and plants provide nesting places and food for wildlife.

Growing up in the inner city, the birds that were around our house were mostly sparrows and an occasional robin. 640 more words

Life And Learning

Running wild in Dunedin & our last Welly weekend!

I know, I know…. It’s been a while! I’m sorry!

I’ve been distracted by something else I’ve been working on, but in the name of posterity and fulsomeness… I am here to update on you some pretty epic adventures over the last couple of weekends. 2,007 more words

Thoughts

Rusty-Spotted Cat

The mating system of rusty-spotted cats hasn’t been explicitly studied; their closest relatives, leopard cats, suggest they may be polygynous, but zoo observations suggest monogamy.

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Animal

Itsy Bitsy Spider - 27 Nov 2018

Ok, after 4 months of speculation, the bugs in Australia are real. I thought Melbourne was just a little too perfect. Then a red poisonous spider attacked me this week. 722 more words

Adventures

Lost in the Bermuda Triangle

Location: The Infamous Bermuda Triangle, north of Hispaniola

We work up this morning around 8:30 and turned on Ryan’s favorite cruise TV channel:  the navigation channel. 306 more words

Cruise