Monthly Archives: August 2011

Roe Deers In The Garden–Part XIII

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Red Wing—Part III

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Ravens In Brottby

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Eurasian Jay No 2

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Monthly Collage—September

Posted in Art and Letter

Drought Threat To Endangered Species

LUBBOCK, TEXAS – Federal officials are readying plans to evacuate a small number of endangered species in Texas as a severe drought lowers water levels and threatens the survival of rare wildlife. Months with almost no rain have caused water … Continue reading

Posted in Biodiversity, Climate Change, Conservation

Indian Army Saves Baby Elephant From Water Tank

The army and wildlife officials conducted a skilful rescue operation Continue reading the main story Related Stories ‘How an elephant changed my life’ Elephants rampage in Indian city India elephant racket discovered Soldiers in India have used a bulldozer to … Continue reading

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August 31—Geese Are On Migration!

A wonderful birding morning when you saw how birds gathered in big flocks before the autumn migration. I saw a couple of hundred Chaffinches, thousands of Greylag and Barnacle Geese. As usual I encountered the same Roe Deer families. Unfortunately … Continue reading

Posted in Diary

Vultures Needed For The Environment

Photo: Griffon Vulture ( Wikipedia) The Examiner2011-08-30: Take a day trip on your Labor Day Weekend to learn about the vital role that vultures, nature’s efficient clean-up crew, play in our environment at The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds … Continue reading

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How Dentists Save Borneo’s Rain Forests

Dentists are offering free treatment to patients who oppose illegal loDentists are offering free treatment to patients who oppose illegal logging. Stanley Johnson visits an award-winning clinic to find out moregging. Stanley Johnson visits an award-winning clinic to find out … Continue reading

Posted in Forest and Trees