Season of mist and shivery iciness — Travel with Intent

Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, January 2021Sentence inspired by Keats’ “To Autumn“ Now over to all of you. Do come and join us in our Saturday six-word musings. I’ll admit that many of us openly break the numeric rule and share far more words (all excellent of course!) so the key rule is to have a title […]

Season of mist and shivery iciness — Travel with Intent

How Redwoods Are Dealing With Fire and Climate Change  — Natural History Wanderings

NPR reports on the impact of fire and climate change on California’s redwood forests California’s iconic old-growth redwoods are incredibly resilient and built to survive fires. But even they may find it harder to rebound amid the mounting impacts of climate change. Read or listen to the report at  California’s Ancient Redwoods Face New Challenge […]

How Redwoods Are Dealing With Fire and Climate Change  — Natural History Wanderings

Wilderness the size of Mexico lost worldwide — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

Wild over the planet is vanishing for an enormous scope, as per another examination that discovered human exercises had changed over a region the size of Mexico from basically unblemished characteristic scenes to intensely adjusted ones in only 13 years. The loss of 1.9m square kilometers (735,000 sq miles) of flawless biological systems would have […]

Wilderness the size of Mexico lost worldwide — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

How Old are Joshua Trees? — Natural History Wanderings

Joshua Tree National Park reports Age is just a number… but for Joshua trees, we don’t know that number! Determining the age of Joshua trees has been a challenge. Joshua trees are part of the agave family and so they don’t have tree rings. Tree rings are the typical way scientists measure a tree’s age. […]

How Old are Joshua Trees? — Natural History Wanderings