Hello Mother Earth protectors, If you follow me on Twitter, you know I tweet plenty of ecology, environmental, and indigenous news. There are some news stories that are so “different”, I just have to share them. This edition of Earth Protector News (I just thought of the name!) is for the folks who are not […]
Links to native plants sales in Pennsylvania in 2019 with a list of recommended reference books on native plant gardening in all regions of North America.
I have been binge watching Father Brown Mysteries on Netflix. I love mysteries both books and on the small or big screen. And Father Brown by G. K. Chesterton belongs to the genre of “cozy mysteries”. Cozy mysteries often take place in small towns and villages, where everyone knows each other and everything is alright […]
Love birdwatching? Consider participating in this year’s Great Backyard Bird Count! This free and fun citizen science program takes place February 15-18.To participate, look out your window and see what birds are in your backyard or at your feeder(s) during the four days of the count. You will need to submit a checklist online for… via […]
I stumbled across this book review and thought it looked interesting. I haven’t read the book but thought I should pass the information along. The book that speaks about the legacy of excluding people of color from the national parks and other natural areas. Many of us have stayed in environmental circles for decades in […]
Top stargazing places for watching the ‘super blood wolf moon’ — Read on relay.nationalgeographic.com/proxy/distribution/public/amp/travel/lists/activities/last-blood-moon-in-decade-coming-where-to-watch-stargazing-parties
The Mid-Atlantic Megalopolis Project is saving old plants, one upload at a time http://www.gridphilly.com/grid-magazine/2019/1/11/the-mid-atlantic-megalopolis-project-is-saving-old-plants-one-upload-at-a-time — Read on www.gridphilly.com/grid-magazine/2019/1/11/the-mid-atlantic-megalopolis-project-is-saving-old-plants-one-upload-at-a-time
The 119th Christmas Bird Count is conducted between Friday, December 14th and Saturday, January 5, 2019. I will probably head out into the cold this year. Hang with birders, drink hot chocolate, and thank myself numerous times for remembering to buy hand and foot warmers this year. Learn about this fun citizen science activity on […]
I was scrolling through my WordPress Reader which displays the blogs I subscribe to. I stumbled across this post from a psychologist on controlling others. It inspired an “ah-ha” moment in me. Not that I am controlling but it helped me to understand the needs of others who want to control us all. These controllers […]
This is an accounting of my ordeal. I was driving home on Wednesday afternoon, and a field mouse ran across the dashboard of my car.