Hello all, today I will share a video, which Carol had forwarded to me and I fell in love with.
Please view the below. It is amazing how firendly these animals are! We need to learn from them.
¡LLEGÓ EL GRAN DÍA!!!
A trois jours du départ – rencontre avec la famille Panine :
La Famille Panine se prépare à vivre une aventure hors du commun. C’est à bord de leur bateau « Nomadeus » que le projet « Voyage au fil de l’eau » larguera les amarres entre le 15 et 20 octobre !
Plusieurs établissements scolaires devraient suivre et participer à l’aventure au fil du voyage.
As a long time New Yorker, I have become accustomed to the way nature can grow within a massive city. We have city parks, zoos, rooftop yards, and other spaces designated for nature. Let's face it: the city is no place for a herd of wild horses. So, nature's space has to be carved out of the skyscrapers, streets, and train tracks. It is as important for nature to thrive in the city as it is for those of us who share the space. But every now and then, I see or hear or read about nature's way of growing and thriving within the city beyond its normal walls.
Hello SEED people!
Here in Brazil, the 12th of October is our Child's Day. The whole country stops and give loads of gifts to our children. SEED couldn't stay out of this That's why we sent a beautiful cake to our school in Rio de Janeiro, Municipal School Tenente Antonio Joao.
Our kids and young people were very excited about it!
Now that many of the leaves are down we are seeing more deer in the woods around my house. Generally, deer will come close to the house but flee at anything they perceive as a threat. If we watch them through a window and then move, they will take off. But do deer like music? That is the question I have been pondering all morning.
I love science. That is pretty well known about me. What you may not know is that I love to take pictures of one of the most interesting parts of science to me...animals, insects, and plants. These living things amazing me in the complexity and diversity of what we have here on planet Earth. How can carbon be found in a sunflower and an elk? Two things so different from each other, yet they still have the same basic elements and needs to live...water, food, and air.
This image shows 18 turkeys making their afternoon pass up the driveway. There are two adult females and 16 juveniles—although they are getting pretty big now. This is the bird that Benjamin Franklin suggested to his daughter as a better choice for the American national symbol. What do you think? Bald Eagle ("a bird of bad moral character") or Turkey ("a much more respectable Bird, and withal a true original Native of America...")