This edition of the Nearby Nature Project includes a couple of special bird sightings in the Bow Valley, observations on the change from fall to winter, and a book review!
This instalment of the Nearby Nature Project touches on policy-making as a means to address biodiversity loss and garden "pests." I also share some birdwatching highlights, gardening successes and some cute backyard visitors.
This month's theme marks the 10th anniversary of the Photo Blogging Challenge. Thanks so much to host PJ, for organizing our small - but mighty - PBC community.
This edition of the Nearby Nature Project talks about the abrupt transition of summer to fall to winter in the Bow Valley. Plus, I review James Raffan's "Ice Walker" and explain the troubles we've had with our backyard birdfeeder.
I attribute my higher than usual dosage of vitamin N* this month to three things: I added Mr. GeoK as a FitBit friend and the step competition between us this first month has been pretty fierce! I joined the 30x30 nature challenge, which encourages participants to spend 30 minutes outside for 30 days this month. …