What can happen when a small, environmental organisation buys a 1,035-acre blue-gum plantation, strip it of trees, allow it to flood, and transform it back into wetlands
It’s good to see the occasional story about what we can do right. The needs of the environment and the needs of humanity are inextricably linked.
thanks to the efforts of the South Georgia Heritage Trust, the once threatened South Georgia Pipit is making a welcome come back.
Wandering Tattlers, Hawaiian Gallinules and White Egrets are some of the birds which can be seen and photographed at the Hanapepe Salt …
Appallingly, as many as 10 million wild birds are illegally slaughtered every year on Cyprus. Acts of environmental vandalism that go largely unnoticed.