Lock up your puppies! https://www.youtube.com/embed/CJdMijqaPtc?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent This 2017 video from Britain says about itself: Rewilding the UK with Lynx BBC’s Mike Dilger discusses the benefits of Lynx reintroduction. From the University of Stirling in Scotland: Proposed reintroduction of the Eurasian lynx to Scotland March 29, 2019 Experts have used an innovative approach to model the proposed … Continue reading Bringing lynxes back to Scotland, new study — Dear Kitty. Some blog
Interesting Facts Birch is in the genus Betula. The birch family Betulaceae contains six genera of deciduous nut bearing trees including birches, alders, hazels, horn beams and hop-hornbeams. There are about 40 species of small to medium trees and shrubs, in Northern temperate climates Average lifespan of the birch is 40-50 years. In favourable conditions, […] … Continue reading Tree a Week: Birch — Jizoku.co.uk
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Forestry is an interest of mine - here's a training course in the forestry of the future ! Pro Silva Ireland is delighted to announce the running of a training course on early transformation to CCF in Sitka spruce plantations This is of particular relevance given the recent launch of the new Forest Service grant … Continue reading Pro Silva Ireland announces first training course for continuous cover forestry — Pro Silva Ireland
A poem about snow in a childs world.
No, not the border fence between Ireland and Northern Ireland, no. Here we discuss tree species composition, forest adaptation and conversion towards more resilient forests! Deer management in silviculture is one of the crucial factors to consider, just like enough light for the seedlings and site conditions. And here are the fencing news from Ireland. […] … Continue reading New Fences in Ireland? — Resilience Blog
A short poem to honour the uplifting return of the humble snowdrop....
I loved this article by Parallax! Stumbled across it after I read the thoroughly enjoyable Hidden Life of Trees and was browsing for more similar content! Worth a peek! [Trees exhibiting a behavior called “crown shyness,” when they don’t touch branches in order to cohabit peacefully without blocking one another’s light] “A force hums in … Continue reading The Secret Life of Trees & The Science Behind Forest Bathing — PARALLAX:
I was drawn to this evergreen tree by the yellow buds on the tips of the branches and then spotted this: two shrubs growing up in the tree and I thought it worth sharing with the world 🙂 The larger leafy shrub is some kind of a laurel I suspect and the smaller one below … Continue reading Little Miracles of Nature: Two Shrubs in a Tree!
Thoughts on the materialism of Christmas...