I Love Nature Tidal Life takes place primarily where the land meets the sea, and it’s no secret to anyone who’s visited this site before that I prefer that everyone who wants to spend some time in that zone has the chance. A lot of animals and birds spend time in that zone as well, and […]
Why did the frog swallow the light bulb? To achieve enlightenment of course. Just one of the amazing photographs from National Wildlife’s photography contest.
Elliott Menashe is feeling justifiably frustrated. After two decades of teaching the buyers of shoreline properties how to keep their bluffs intact, he thought by now he’d be watching a trend toward better treatment of these important sites. Instead, this past year he’s witnessed an unprecedented number of slides due to poor management of the […]
After recent rain and snow events here in the Northwest, once again there are articles bouncing around about beavers. This time news is good here on Whidbey, no dead beavers, no road blowouts, things appear to be working well. Though the county did step in to start pumping operations as the water level rose at […]