"Wildlife" Blogs & Blog Posts

Chrissy MarieChrissy Marie

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

 
Purely PhotographyPurely Photography

Purely Photograpghy!

 
StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

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

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

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

 
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...

 
Art Of Chrissy MarieArt Of Chrissy Marie

Simply art

 


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Marine Antarctic animals closely associated with sea ice for food or breeding, such the humpback whale and emperor penguin, are most at risk from the predicted effects of climate change, finds a new study published in Frontiers in Marine Science. Usi...

A genetic study uncovers that birds maintain a dynamic coevolutionary relationship with their feather mites. The study has involved the participation of the Estación Biológica de Doñana from the CSIC, and its results have just been published in th...

Currently approximately 600 species might be inaccurately assessed as non-threatened on the Red List of Threatened Species. More than a hundred others that couldn't be assessed before, also appear to be threatened. A new more efficient, systematic an...

The European gypsy moth (EGM) is perhaps the country's most famous invasive insect -- a nonnative species accidentally introduced to North America in the 1860s when a few escaped from a breeding experiment in suburban Boston. The caterpillars have be...

Plant phytolith and water content cause differing degrees of tooth enamel abrasion in vertebrates. This is the conclusion reached by an international research team headed by scientists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU). Their study, feat...

More than four decades ago, the Arabian oryx was extinct in the wild. But today, thanks to efforts spearheaded by Saudi Arabia and the UAE, experts are citing the swell in its numbers as one of the world’s biggest conservation success stories. The...

Benthic foraminifera are widely used as paleoenvironmental proxies because of their high sensitivity to environmental changes and excellent preservation potential in sediment. Affected by global changes, environmental factors such as seawater tempera...