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Riverside haven opens at Bodnant

A ten acre area of tranquil riverside gardens will open tomorrow (Saturday 28 March) at the National Trust’s Bodnant Garden in north Wales for the first time in its 140-year history. 392 more words

National Trust

Heading home from Honduras

I was very lucky to visit Honduras, but sadly I could only spend a short time with the scientists as they are very busy.

I spent all of my time in Cusuco National Park, an area of mountain forest.   202 more words

Sasha's Travels

Pigeon Rescue

Well following my last post my illness got worse and turned into a heavy chest infection that needed to be beaten off with strong antibiotics. Almost 3 weeks off work and feeling exhausted even when well, my body needed to recover from the antibiotics as well! 508 more words

Pagan Blog

The guardian

Village between Pabkeng and Houay Xai, Laos, 2015

Laos

Plastic bag lobby isn’t going down without a fight | Reveal

http://www.revealnews.org/article/plastic-bag-lobby-isnt-going-down-without-a-fight/

Corporate lobbying should be outlawed and shunned as completely anti-progress. Any process that is designed to aid profit to the detriment of public health or environmental protection should go.

Ethics

Down to the stream.... The woodland part two

So…. We decided to clamber (ok for me slide down on my arse) down to the stream which is our boundary with the neighbours across the valley. 44 more words

Wanderings

Spiky to Smooth

By Carrie Arnold

Deep in the rain forest of Ecuador lives a very indecisive frog.

On a nighttime walk in 2009, scientist Katherine Krynak spotted a well-camouflaged, marble-size amphibian that was covered in spines. 333 more words

Nature