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Trees are a perfect illustration of the butterfly effect, or chaos theory. Stand back and look at a sycamore tree (for example) and compare it with a couple of others. The general shape and spread will be roughly the same. Then, closer at the tip of a...

Red squirrels are one of Scotland’s most loved animals, and they are our only native squirrel species. Red squirrels were once widespread throughout the country. There are still many places you could encounter one today, from the conifer forests of Galloway,...

cultivating your soil. Pounding rain, gravity and other forces can cause soil to become compacted over time, so loosening it before planting should be a priority. If you plan to plant in a young bed that you need to cultivate in order to remove rocks...

This year i have chanced upon a revelatory way to ensure maximum seed sprouting. I sow seeds into any trays small enough to be secured in a large freezer bag (i can fit your average 4-6 'pod' seed tray in a bag and secure it) and leave them in a spot...

Our Father Ar n-Athair a tha air nèamh: gu naomhaichear d’ainm. Thigeadh do rioghachd. Deanar do thoil air an talamh, mar a nithear air nèamh. Tabhair dhuinn an diugh ar n’aran laitheil, agus maith dhuinn ar fiachan, amhuil mar a mhaitheas sinne d’ar...

Delight to be alive beautiful morning Porridge for breakfast birds are singing all is good .

Sunday Isolated away from do much And Yet So close to so much around Brilliant To be connection alive atop Sunshine Still there up there in the sky Rain Still battering against ground Plants Lavender time to be outside Sunday Moles are digging artistically...

we did it to ourselves coronavirus pandemic, The massive large illegal wildlife trade Our excessive intrusion into nature Virus from nature coming to us two to four new viruses are created every year as a result of human infringement on the natural world,...

Saint Etheldreda / Ӕthelthryth / Audrey (636 -679 AD) was an East-Anglian princess who became the Queen of Northumbria and later the founder and abbess of a monastery at Ely in Cambridgeshire. These basic facts about her life are not particularly unique....

The virus is blowing in the wind airborne viruses can spread far and wide Keeping at arm's length won't protect you from catching an infectious disease, Coronavirus has been found on wee little particles of air pollution by scientists that were looking...

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