From the smallest to the biggest

Yes, I love bees but I also love whales and this story hit me straight in the heart yesterday. The article is entitled “Can Embattled Gray Whale make it home?” by Pete Thomas over at GrindTV. I know that whales dying is part of the process of life. In fact, as I’ve said recently, IContinue reading “From the smallest to the biggest”

Mother & Father Nature

I have to say that I’ve never heard anyone say father nature before I read this article by Richard Louv, Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Children & Nature Network. The article is entitled “Mother Nature, Meet Father Nature: You’re Going to Get Along Just Fine“. As a father who has tried to pass onContinue reading “Mother & Father Nature”

Goodsearch & elephants

I was over at goodsearch tonight doing a little research when I came across an amazing picture of elephants running though water. Unfortunately, I also came across this story over at Scientific American entitled “Why Is Namibia Killing Its Rare Desert Elephants?” By John R. Platt. I know I just wrote a¬† post entitled¬† HowContinue reading “Goodsearch & elephants”

Chernobyl as a Wildlife Sanctuary

Over the weekend, I was watching this show called Word Travels, when they did a small story on the city of Chernobyl. There were these two reporters walking through the area, taking radiation counts when suddenly this small butterfly landed on the instrument. I remember one of the two individuals talking about the irony ofContinue reading “Chernobyl as a Wildlife Sanctuary”