It looks like the little Hedgehogs numbers in English Gardens are picking up! Thanks to the help of friendly neighbors making their environment a little more comfy. Learn about these Hedgehog friendly gardens HERE!
This winter has been particularly cold, especially in our warmer southern coastal states. Unfortunately, it can be quite devastating for our fun loving sea creatures! In particular the Sea Turtle. Hundreds of them get paralyzed, essentially, stunned by the cold. At that point they become casualties of boats and or develop pneumonia. Learn about the sea turtle HERE! And let's celebrate those that rescue them and help keep our sea turtles safe!
Look out New Zealand, you might have more "wild" residents moving in!
Recently a law was put in place that recognized animals conscious and sensitive beings. Lean about this law HERE!
As we ever so slowly evolve away from fossil fuels, the vegetation of the sea has surprised us as being a source of energy! Learn about it HERE!
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Learn about other sneaky names for Palm Oil as well as looking for sustainable Palm Oil labels HERE!
There is a meteor shower occurring right now! The natural show-stopper technically started July 17th and ends August 24th, but the brightest display starts today! August 9th and end's August 13th. Read about it HERE! Let us know if you see anything in the comment section below!
A chunk of ice the size of Delaware has broken away from the Antarctica peninsula. It is the largest mass to have been shed, significantly changing the geography of the region. Learn about this massive event HERE!
Read about how untreated agricultural runoff can destroy the environemnt. It has also become a very political issue. Check it out HERE!
This is also a very good reminder to take note on what you put on your own garden. Nitrates which come from fertilizers, wash into our water ways creating the perfect enviroment for algae blooms. This is toxic for those living in and around the affected area.
Learn how the determination and perseverance of Anita Studer saved a small bird from extinction. It also taught communities the importance of saving the rain forest. Children started Tree clubs and began growing new vegetation in nurseries later to be planted! What wonderful conservationists!
There was even a documentary about her journey called: Mother Forest and the Street Children. Learn about the amazing Anita HERE!
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