Recently a friend went to work on a family Maple Syrup farm in southern Quebec, a Canadian eastern province with much history and tradition. It was interesting to learn more about where our delicious world famous Canadian Maple Syrup is grown and the traditions around the harvesting in the Springtime. Here is some information about […]
Biodiversity & ecosystems: plants, animals & habitat, climate change.
Over the past four years I have read a mountain of books on a variety of topics. Following is a very short list of a few you may enjoy reading for learning and reference. They cover a range of topics but stay close to Caramel and Parsley’s interests these days, namely: our health (food) and […]
Climate & Australia : is having an extraordinary time at the moment and the last year has been overwhelming. It seems each day when reading the current news there is another climate associated disaster in this “sunburnt country“. I have seen some of these occurrences, firsthand, such as the migration of the Bairnsdale flying […]
This is a continuation of a publication from the 1980’s entitled “Why Shoot Cow Moose”. Here are more options for the management of British Columbia’s declining moose populations. This guest article was researched and written by Ken Child, Wildlife Biologist. Chemical spraying of wildlife habitat … an appalling example of ecological destruction wrought by […]
Recently a guest article was published on “Moose in Manitoba” with videos made in 2018 by Doc Moose, biologist, Dr. Vince Crichton. Today’s guest article is the transcript of an article written in the 1980’s by Ken Child, Wildlife Biologist entitled “Why Shoot Cow Moose” regarding the status of moose populations at that time in […]