Animal A Day
Every day we find a new animal to feature. Big or small, mammal to insect, we find creatures from all over the world to share!
Rooted in the Earth: Reclaiming the African American Environmental Heritage
My blog (dianneglaverootedintheearth.com) and my FB page (http://www.facebook.com/dianne.glave?ref=profile#!/group.php?gid=433509520227&ref=ts) are places to discuss the historical and contemporary experiences of African Americans and the environment.
I will also share more on my upcoming book Rooted in the Earth: Reclaiming the African American Environmental Heritage (August 2010 with Lawrence Books). In 2006, I co-edited To Love the Wind and the Rain with Mark Stoll with the University of Pittsburgh Press. Both are available at amazon.com
I welcome insights about other cultures/ethnic groups, along with broader social, economic,and political contexts concerning nature and the environment.
Come join with me.
Bug Shots: A closer look at insect photography
Welcome to Bug Shots, a photographic exploration into the hidden world of insects. Take a closer look at the hidden detail and complex architecture of insects rarely seen by the naked eye.
The Nature Blog
The ramblings of an amateur naturalist including species accounts and reports on nature locations.
Richard Fray's Arizona Wildlife Blog
Arizona Wildlife Blog by Richard Fray, birding guide and bird tour leader with Fun Birding Tours in Tucson, Arizona, offering bird guiding services and bird tours in southern Arizona. Hire Richard by the day or week, or join us for an economy or deluxe birding tour in southeast Arizona. Also great birding tours to Belize & more.
Bona Dea Sanctuary Nature Notes
This is a nature blog/journal on a local wildlife sanctuary. It is written as if you are along for the ride.
A blog about tropical aquarium fish, including care, feeding and photo gallery
Testa di Cavolo
Blog dedicato alla salute, agli animali, alla natura ed alla cultura vegetariana.
Green Goods Guide
Do you want to save the world by greening your little corner of it? That is what Green Goods Guide is all about. Whether you are looking for great conservation ideas, green household cleaning products, heirloom seeds, ways to reduce, reuse, recycle, sources for reusable shopping bags, or red worms for your compost bin, this is the place where you will find reviews, sources, and ideas.
Natural Born Record Holders
Discovering flora and fauna of distinction. Biggest, smallest, fastest, oldest, etc.
Sunshine for Pangaea
This blog is about nature photography, nature and microscopy with techniques like infrared- or macro photography and try to keep experimental in the methods and the objects.
A blog about our new hobby farm.
a mortal guardian defending and preserving the wellness of Mother Nature in her own little ways