Archive for the ‘Wildlife’ Category

Nature at it’s finest

So this article, at least to me, show’s nature at it’s fines despite what some human’s continue to do to this planet. The article is entitled “The Amargosa River Defies the Desert” by Jim Robbins over at the New York Times. This river in the middle of a desert and all the animals that live within it’s ecosystem, simply amazing.

Sincerely-

       

Green Librarian

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East & West

Back in the early nineties, I got the chance to go to Paris and I remember wanting to go to Germany because the Berlin Wall had just come down but, unfortunately I never made it there. So when I got an e-mail today from PBS today for the video Nova:Wild Ways, I was reminded of that time in the story entitled “ Life in the Death Zone” by Phil McKenna at Nova Next.

Unfortunately I’m going to miss it tomorrow so I’ll just go ahead and requested it from my local library. Tomorrow I’ll make sure to print up this article and read all of the article on the way home after work.

Sincerely-

  

Green Librarian

Leaving tracks

One of the joys for me during the winter season is seeing tracks in the snow and with our recent snow fall here in the midwest, I’ve finally seen some tracks. With that said I recently came across this book while I was cleaning the house tonight, “Teacher’s Guide for Tracks” by David Alexander.

It also comes with 52 card with the various tracks that are in the book. How cool is that?

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Green Librarian