Here’s How You Can Help Reverse Declining Bird Numbers

Originally posted on Environmental Echo:
Eastern Meadowlark Photo: MDC A recent study from prominent bird researchers in the U.S. and Canada, including Cornell Lab of Ornithology, found that North America has lost nearly 3 billion birds in the last 50 years, and those declines are also occurring in Missouri. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is partnering with other conservation agencies and organizations to address… Continue reading Here’s How You Can Help Reverse Declining Bird Numbers

Nov. 10 – BOTD – Meadowlark

Originally posted on Our Eyes Open:
Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s  Bird of the Day (BOTD) challenge. Male Western Meadowlark – Bird on a Wire – Justin, Texas Both the Western Meadowlark and Eastern Meadowlark are about the size of the American Robin. It can be a difficult task for birders to identify the species in areas where they can both congregate. The… Continue reading Nov. 10 – BOTD – Meadowlark

What You Don’t Know About Bougainvillea Planting

Originally posted on The Ghost Dragon:
The Bougainvillea Planting Stories Bougainvillea is quite fragile when young and can be readily lost at planting time. Bougainvilleas are quite drought tolerant when they are established but won’t tolerate soggy feet. They are great for landscaping and do not require much fertilising as they grow easily. Generally, it can be grown in anything that will hold soil and… Continue reading What You Don’t Know About Bougainvillea Planting

Things You Won’t Like About Sai Planting and Things You Will

Originally posted on The Ghost Dragon:
Sai Planting Ideas Because soil is such a wonderful component in regards to repotting bonsai trees. The soil shouldn’t be allowed to fully dry out, and as soon as the plant does need water it should done thoroughly. It’s critical to use the correct amount of fertilizer. In case the plant is simply getting just a little water, it… Continue reading Things You Won’t Like About Sai Planting and Things You Will

How to Start with Bonsai?

Originally posted on Por Una Cabeza:
Bonsai (Japanese: 盆栽, lit. ‘tray planting’, pronunciation (help·info))[1] is a Japanese art form using cultivation techniques to produce, in containers, small trees that mimic the shape and scale of full size trees. Similar practices exist in other cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai or penjing from which the art originated, and the miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese Hòn Non Bộ.… Continue reading How to Start with Bonsai?

4 Years Later Since Then @ Diamond Zen Center_Updated

Originally posted on Por Una Cabeza:
4 Years Later Since Then @ Diamond Zen Center, Banning, California September 16 Monday 2019 ? ? https://youtu.be/8ZLXorAG9MU My last visit there with a group of my close friends > Oh My Love > 사랑하는 사람아 @ Diamond Zen Center (금강선원) *Related pictures and videos with stories to be added later on. Please check back our updates frequently. ?… Continue reading 4 Years Later Since Then @ Diamond Zen Center_Updated