His former band are set to perform at a safari convention, which “supports trophy hunting”.
An Australian woman’s emotional response to finding dead koalas at a logging site has gone viral.
Wild and woolly Wales by Peter Hanscomb Wales , the birthplace of my wife and our destination for a quick weekend away. You see this weekend was the anniversary of our first date , twenty years ago and my wife had booked two nights in a cottage deep into the welsh countryside. And when I […]
I know the Bittern are always tricky to spot but they are a big rarity on Frodsham Marsh and I was really fortunate to see on over the Weaver Bend. I had the good fortune to see one was flying abve the height of a pylon heading towards the refinery works by the Weaver Bend, […]
Bristlecones have survived various catastrophes over the millennia, and they may survive humanity. Written by Alex Ross and published in The New Yorker magazine on January 20, 2020. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/01/20/the-past-and-the-future-of-the-earths-oldest-trees Highly recommended. [Chuck Almdale]
Check out this month’s edition of It’s A Birb Thing
The February 2020 edition of Beneath The Cage Grate is yet another laugh-out-loud hootenanny. In this issue, we find our favorite feathered sleuth on a mission to find out why his mum is raving about her new toaster – and a very expensive loaf of bread.
Drama is never far removed when Morty is zeroing in on something, and the case of his missing toast is yet another dramatic event
Catch up with Morty here to find how his latest adventure with the new toaster and pricey loaf of bread will become yet another Morty classic!