Wildlife Blog Watch: Scottish Pollinators

Scottish Pollinators is a wonderful blog that provides tips and insights for helping bees and other pollinators survive and thrive in an ever changing environment. Check out our Wildlife Blog Page to find out more about Scottish Pollinators and a link to the blog.

Feathered Frenzy: The Gradual Emergence of Fall

Sherri's October Feathered Frenzy article finds her pondering how everyone - humans, companion birds and wildlife, acknowledge and react to the changing seasons. She notes that like people, both Zack and Bubbles recognize the changing seasons, with Zack paying particular attention to his  parronts' changing eating habits, clothing choices and house decorations as Fall's approaches. … Continue reading Feathered Frenzy: The Gradual Emergence of Fall

Beneath the Cage Grate: Never Trick or Treat with Bots!

In the October (Halloween) edition of  Beneath the Cage Grate, we find Morty, Alexa and Roomba donning costumes and setting out on their Trick or Treat adventure in their apartment building. Now, you'd think these three would be welcomed at each door with a chuckle and a shower of candy, right?  Alas, as you'd expect, … Continue reading Beneath the Cage Grate: Never Trick or Treat with Bots!

Finland 2019 – The Bears — www.wildlifekate.co.uk

https://videopress.com/embed/bsVcc3gi?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 As explained in my previous post, the site I visited last week is in North East Finland, very close to the Russian border. It is one of the wildest, most untouched environments in Europe, and remains one of the last remaining European strongholds of Brown Bear, Wolverine and Wolves. This area was registered as … Continue reading Finland 2019 – The Bears — www.wildlifekate.co.uk

Bird population fodder V (some good news finally) — Birds of New England.com

After four days of hammering you with bad news, here are some good news graphics from the recently released bird population study that showed a decline of 2.9 billion birds, or 29 percent, in North American over the last 50 years. Here’s my recent article on it. The study’s accompanying website is 3billionbirds.org #BringBirdsBack via Bird … Continue reading Bird population fodder V (some good news finally) — Birds of New England.com