Wildlife protection helps species thrive in Europe - link to report Wildlife protection helps species thrive in Europe - report - BBC News
My cleaning lady wouldn’t see it that way , but she is shortsighted … and misses most of them
It’s a battle I have with my lady who visits. I’ve nearly won her over!
Ancient eel migration mystery unravelled - click the link: Ancient eel migration mystery unravelled - BBC News
Latest rewilding project in Spain.
That’s the ticket.
If people would only explain to children the benefits of spiders, as an example, they will not kill them. I tell my kids not to kill spiders as they are useful and are not dangerous. I think they get it.
As long as you give a sensible reason for not killing them, and other animals, they generally accept that killing them is not necessary.
Hi Camphuw, are you aware of the organisation Mossy Earth who do conservation projects around the world. If you search you will find many projects on YT.
New to me - I’ll take a look. Thanks.
That looks super , I’m planting my garden with photography in mind. (Whilst selling off 50% of my camera gear - either too heavy or duplicated)
Since my earlier post on this thread I’m buying two raised troughs, one will be for veggies like potatoes, onions and parsnips . The other will be for flowers , especially for pollinators
@JOF …I had the pleasure of planting a tree in Iceland, on a tour with Jona Tours, a one woman tour operater…half english half Icelandic and ALL viking…’ today we’re planting trees’ …nobody dared decline.
I may well buy it , thanks for input.
PS How are the hens?
Loving the snow! Hunt the worms and corn still excellent entertainment. Thanks for asking.
Clearing out old pots from last year, the sort that had sunflowers in them. I always leave them for the birds to take seeds.
Lots of pupae /larvae in the compost, I sifted the top layer, put in some osmecote tabs , put the larvae back in and topped up with fresh peat free compost