Going out to play darts had always been fun and exciting for me. But not as exciting as the adventure a small black critter with a white stripe down his back created. The evening started out as most dart nights did, I’m at the line thinking to myself that I must concentrate, my aim must be perfect to make the shot. As I was about to release the dart my leg starts to vibrate, the dart missed it mark and I answered my phone.
I can still hear my Grandfather’s words carried by the wind through the trees, whispering to me, “Leave the wild animals in peace, Peter.”
The UK is becoming more urbanised. The degree of urbanisation in the UK as of 2018 was at 83.8 per cent. This represented a three per cent rise since 2008. However, rural living certainly has its advantages. Some people may choose to live rurally to get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban lifestyle, while others like the idea of living off grid. For some, a love of the countryside and the wildlife that comes with it is a huge attraction. Rurally, you will find people using LPG suppliers and other more eco-friendly sources as their power supply.
You may have read my other story about a mouse. This one is true too. My husband and I were living in Philadelphia, in a row house in a part of Philadelphia called Fishtown. The row house was very old, built in the 1700’s. It also had mice. Mice, I reminded myself, that were descendants of colonial mice. My husband was recovering from back surgery so it was up to me to buy mousetraps or poison or whatever it takes to get rid of mice, so it didn’t get done. I don’t believe in killing things and if you read my other story you know I am responsible for the death of a mouse.
To have a relationship with a wild creature, first you have to have a relationship with yourself. You have to know who you are because these animals are not going to automatically trust anything. They’re out there living in the wild. These animals have to worry about survival and they have to worry about being eaten and eating and accomplishing the task of new babies to perpetuate the species.
Beavers bring life to rivers and the land.
They re-engineer the landscape to create safe habitats for themselves, where they can hide from predators and swim to where their food grows.
I wanted to challenge myself: can I write a self-improvement article about a random animal?
It seemed like a good way to break out of the repetitive content I see.
Oyster, Shorebird and Turtle Habitat Program
1.1 The Oyster, Shorebird and Turtle Habitat Request For Proposal holds a great purpose as well as benefit for not just political or business gain. It holds purpose for the benefit of all of mankind to have continued renewable food sources and wildlife that is critical for the eco-systems and regions they are found in.
Costa Rica is home to so many species of animals. Each one is more unique than the other. Mother Nature has indeed worked overtime to assure that everyone who visits this wonderful paradise gets their money's worth!
Loving them or loathe them, foxes are part of the urban landscape, but as much as you want to get rid of them, have you ever wondered how different London would be without them?
Pablo the panda isn’t a pet, he’s a friend.
Let's get to know the greatest gift to mankind, you know, before the panda uprising and we must surrender to all bearkind.
You'll remember the day that you spot your first sloth in the wild. It may be that you will be driving down the road and you'll see one ahead to your left. . trying to cross the road without getting hit by a car. You'll no doubt pull over and help the sloth to the other side. Many of us have experienced this and wow, it feels so good! You've just interacted with nature. . you've become ONE with the forces around us AND within us to save a life! It is life changing. . yes, it is indeed. .