As I may have mentioned before in some of my other blog posts, the meat industry has a massive impact on climate change and is an enemy to the environment. Whereas it is advised to eat red meat a maximum of three times a week, the average U.S citizen (and most likely the average UK … Continue reading Passionate (not preachy) – the plant powered people
Hedgehogs are very cute, very loveable, clumsy and well loved. A lot of people think of them as being almost symbolic of British wildlife, perhaps along with robins and red squirrels. They are certainly amongst the wildlife that we have the most sympathy for. Unfortunately their numbers have decreased by 30% in the last ten years. This most … Continue reading Our favourite spiky critters, hedgehogs, and how to help them
Earth is a beauty. It is the only planet we know of that contains such a vast variety of life, with water, oxygen, land that we can reap crops from, suitable temperatures for life with a moon that keeps us from getting closer to Jupiter or the sun. To those who have travelled, you will … Continue reading Our precious lonely planet
Leaves that have fallen offer shelter to insects, can be consumed as food for wildlife, used as bedding for creatures needing to make a shelter to hibernate in. They can supress the growth of weeds and help with the growth of the grass or your plants in the following year if gathered together and being … Continue reading Keep your dead leaves!
As a veterinary nurse you see cases every day that can be emotionally challenging and because of this, eventually, you can handle them better and see the cases clearly without as much of a wall of emotion. I still care about my patients, but you have to be able to almost take a step back, … Continue reading Gaston- The pigeon nestling who survived through the odds
The world today contains an estimate 7.5 billion people and about 8.7 million different species-inclusive of birds, fish and mammals. Animals make an impact on our lives and we certainly make an impact on theirs. But currently in the western world, it is very normal to push aside any concerns regarding animals and their natural habitats … Continue reading The first step is caring
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