Tag Archives: Nature

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Further down the road the grass grows higher and the wind sings higher. The signs stork less from the edge but the birds don’t think about how lonely it is. The people you find there are quiet on their own … Continue reading

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Thomas and his double double with Thor the terrier take the air and admire nature from the path tossing his disposable cup into the weeds. Later a cigarette carefully extinguished against a cedar trunk is butt ended onto the path. … Continue reading

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The gabar goshawk quickly plunged down feathers shivering swift down the safe and narrow path through the acacia’s hazards and these, same, muffling the sound and its flight from the baked earth away from the river silence and the scorpion … Continue reading

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Forlorn bunny sighs Fur ears perk, quickly she leaps Fox shakes till he dies

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The Hiker loves Nature, but Nature…?

Nature might not care… especially after being nailed with a sign. It’s a good idea to know one’s lasting impression.

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Ontario Reptiles and Amphibians at Risk

The most recent Guelph Field Naturalists meeting featured Joe Crowley from Ontario Nature speaking about the Herpetofaunal Atlas program. They are trying to map the reptiles and amphibians in the province. An astounding 18 out of the 24 species of … Continue reading

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Storm above a Walmart

White so white gulls cycling near the bottom of battleship grey clouds. Holding, barely, against the stronger winds. Lightning and long dark drapes of rain to the west. But not here quite yet. And the parking lot of this bastion … Continue reading

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