Excellent post on wildlife watching … “That challenge, should you accept it, is to remain stillâ€¦â€¦and quiet.” The badger, the seal and the hare â€“ a lesson in wildlife watching
I’d decided for this workshop to focus on our native and not so native weeds. The great unloved plants of our gardens, parks, road verges and wastelands. Many people spend countless of hours of back breaking work pulling them up… Continue Reading →
Please help !!! And before we get all “elf-n-safety” over here !!! Eustace Conway has lived in the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains for 30 years, detached from modern society. Now, he wants to teach others his survival skills –… Continue Reading →
This is from a bushcraft friend’s blog … I hooked up with the guys north of the border for some canoe camping at the weekend, a very chilled out affair, mostly spent under the ‘chute dodging the rain and chilly… Continue Reading →
No such thing as global warming ??? In a paper published Sunday, March 10, in the journal Nature Climate Change, an international team of university and NASA scientists examined the relationship between changes in surface temperature and vegetation growth from… Continue Reading →
This is very likely true, I know several places where there are too many deer for the habitat to support so not only is the habitat deteriorating but the deer are getting sickly too. Back in the Ice Age and… Continue Reading →
This is good … Hot tenting beats cold camping, hands down. I remember the trip that changed everything for me. I was “cold camping” in Algonquin park, sleeping in my four-season tent at the end of a long and cold… Continue Reading →
Wednesday, February 06, 2013 Dreaming awake Nattadon morning 1 “I write fantasy because it’s there. I have no other excuse for sitting down for several hours a day indulging my imagination. Daydreaming. Thinking up imaginary people, impossible places. Imagination is… Continue Reading →
Very good article … Here’s a question for a mid-afternoon daydream: if you suddenly found yourself stranded in Scottish woodland in January, could you find anything to eat? Even in the dampest conditions, it’s possible to light a fire with… Continue Reading →
Super piece on fallow deer by Simon King. October WILD GUIDE – Fallow Deer | Wildlife Whisperer.
Meet The Stars Of City Fox Cam | Wildlife Whisperer. Simon King – one of my all-time faves – has a fox-cam project going. Do follow it, it looks very good.
Terrifying news … please sign petition to stop the blowing up the Earth. Don’t frack Greater Yellowstone https://news.change.org/stories/go-frack-yourself-yellowstone Go Frack Yourself, Yellowstone by Austin Billings · March 08, 2011 Last month, I wrote about the Wilderness Society’s petition to stop… Continue Reading →
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