"Wildlife" Blogs & Blog Posts

Chrissy MarieChrissy Marie

A blog featuring my art and photograpghy with a little chat thrown in.

 
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...

 
Every Image Has a StoryEvery Image Has a Story

The story behind the taking of photographs by fine art photographer Kinsey ...

 
Gardening with the MoonGardening with the Moon

Gardening with the Moon is a fortnightly column about Biodynamic gardening....

 
StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

Promoting the physical, mental and social benefit of gardening to a wide ra...

 


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Sharks that use a whip-like tail to stun their prey, rays with saws on their faces, and river rays half the length of a bus are among the most unique species at risk of extinction according to the latest ranking from international conservation charit...

A UMass Boston professor and his colleagues have published new research showing that feeding on human junk food may be altering the course of evolution in Darwin's finches. Finches eat off a plate in an urban area of the Galapagos [Credit: K. Gotan...

Tests on more than 100 sea turtles—spanning three oceans and all seven species—have revealed microplastics in the guts of every single turtle. Credit: Belle Co, Pexels.comResearchers from the University of Exeter and Plymouth Marine Laboratory,...

With rapid efficiency, a mysterious parasite is seeking out and killing a giant species of clam found only in the Mediterranean Sea. Unless scientists can find a way of stopping it soon, they say the mollusk could go extinct. A diver observes a pen...

The research, led by the University of Plymouth, examined the uptake of nanoparticles by a commercially important mollusc, the great scallop (Pecten maximus). After six hours exposure in the laboratory, billions of particles measuring 250nm (around 0...

Jellyfish undergo an amazing metamorphosis, from tiny polyps growing on the seafloor to swimming medusae with stinging tentacles. This shape-shifting has served them well, shepherding jellyfish through more than 500 million years of mass extinctions...

Scientists are worried about the platypus, with a national risk assessment led by UNSW Professor Richard Kingsford suggesting declines of up to 30 percent. A UNSW-led project has raised concerns about the decline of platypus populations [Credit: Tar...