"Nature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Diary Of A Nature & Wildlife PhotographerDiary Of A Nature & Wildlife Photographer

Weekly journal of nature and wildlife photographer Kinsey Barnard. When not...

 
Our Plot at Green Lane allotmentsOur Plot at Green Lane allotments

Read about the ups and downs of gardening on our allotment plot in West Yor...

 
A New Life in Costa RicaA New Life in Costa Rica

Waking each day and living a new life in a foreign country

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
Birding AfloatBirding Afloat

A personal view of nature from aboard my Narrowboat 'Quidditch'

 
Jérôme Aoustin PhotographyJérôme Aoustin Photography

A photo a day from a Frenchman in New York (project 365). This blog combine...

 
G-A-Y In The Subject FieldG-A-Y In The Subject Field

UK and international poet Roger N Taber focuses on his gay-interest poems a...

 


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We were driving on the Felbertauern Strasse, a scenic alpine road in Austria known for its beautiful views and its tunnels, when the weather turned foggy and chilly. We stopped for a bit at a place called Rasplatz Elisabethsee to have a look around,...

When Landon Brand and Benjamin Stanfield graduated from the University of Southern California this year, they already had the plans for Project Wren, their service for selling carbon offsets to a new generation of conscious consumers. Along with fell...

Divorce is hilarious! That’s why HBO made a whole show named after it (season 3 just started, SJP fans represent). It’s also why there’s a funny subreddit called r/DivorcedBirds. It explores tropes you didn’t even realize you had stored in th...

Lab-made embryos are one step closer to saving a virtually extinct species. Scientists have successfully transferred a test tube rhino embryo back into a female for the first time, implanting the creation into a southern white rhino in Poland. The.

There’s a forest near the village of Pelișor (where we’re restoring the fortified church and parochial house through our NGO) that we love to visit. It’s the same forest where I took these other photos. It’s a welcoming place...

Some insects will only live in the freshest, cleanest water. Others are happy in any dirty old bog. Scientists can use the bugs in a water source as an indicator of water quality, and in a variety of citizen science projects, you can too. Read more..

iOS and Android: Bird watching sounds like the perfect opportunity to put down your phone and experience nature, but phone apps can be a big help in identifying birds and recording your sightings. The blog BirdWatchingBuzz has named the five best bir...