• Scale it back, or quit altogether, please!

    Making the saltwater aquarium hobby sustainable Collecting Gone Wild E. Fudd

  • Amazing fish!

    need to do some followups to see if some of the key info in this article is still valid (11 years later) but at present, enjoy! From Natural History, April 2006: The Biggest Fish – Unraveling the mysteries of the whale shark E. Fudd

  • Yep.

    E. Fudd

  • not good.

    Why You Should Think Twice About Buying Snickers, Milky Way, and Kit Kat Bars (link) I believe Mars far more than Nestle that they are trying to change – Nestle is all but as bad as oil and mining companies with ‘mining’ bottled water and tying up natural resources for their ill-gotten PROFIT!?! (link) E. […]

  • Getting there….

    From The Seattle Times: Despite signs of comeback, rare fisher to remain ‘endangered’ E. Fudd

  • De Nile….

    STILL not just a river in Egypt!! From the Seattle Times: Nothing to see here, say climate deniers “….Not that everyone sees the same thing when they look at the weather map. Last year, right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh said that hurricanes are actually part of a vast liberal plot. “It is in the interest […]

  • Poaching bastards!

    it’s too bad poachers can’t be chased down naked by dogs and then thrown in a leg trap for a few hours – might cut down drastically on the number of poachers! I hope they FRY. From The Seattle P-I: Charges detail extensive poaching ring in Washington, Oregon E. Fudd

  • Hooray!

    From The Seattle Times: Volunteers save young gray whale stranded in Olympic National Park E. Fudd

  • aMEN.

    From The Guardian: Trump is the past. Clean energy is the future for America and the planet President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the historic Paris climate agreement and turn his back on the other 194 nations that signed it leaves him isolated on the world stage. But Trump is also […]

  • Wesley the Owl

    What a wonderful, and at times, gross, book! Similar to my recent read of Alex & Me, Wesley the Owl is a story of a woman who has a many-year direct experience with a wild bird – here, a barn owl who has a wing with nerve damage, and isn’t expected to survive in the […]