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Rewilding, part of Big City Little Homestead. Making your home hospitable for nature. Driveway conversions, bird strike prevention, & more.
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Rewilding | BCLH Dec 12
4 big stories from our world: seismic airguns in the ocean 🐋, changing agriculture 🌶 🌾 , Brazil’s stupid move 🌳 🐄, and seawater 🌊
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Rewilding | BCLH Dec 12
ONLY 3% have a plan to include nature. WUT?!? Companies largely blind to magnitude of climate change risks, new study finds
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Lisa Marley Dec 11
Thank you and for this great piece on Project Wolf! Even giving the Scottish Government a nudge!!
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Rewilding | BCLH Dec 11
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Rewilding | BCLH Dec 8
Replying to @PlantSnap
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Jane Sorensen Dec 6
I spy with my little eye - two female cardinals and two nuthatches! And of course my flock of house sparrows. This is why I do - all the rewards are in the winter
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Rewilding | BCLH Dec 4
I tried to visit this place in the summer, but alas, it's rather out of the way. One should rewild anywhere.
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John Leavitt 🌹 Dec 2
Replying to @kathilatte
I’m a big fan of the Prarie project to combine a few states and make a big rewilding and carbon sink plan for them
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American🇺🇸Heart Dec 2
‘Rewilding’ landscapes with rhinos and reindeer could prevent fires and keep Arctic cool
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 27
The article is a few years old but was just reshared by Nova - and this is why I offer milkweed seeds for subscribing to my list!
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 27
Though you would think that the joys of gardening for wildlife happen in the summer, they're heightened in the winter, when you can see the results of your good work.
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 25
Here’s my favourite simple project: the bowl. You need a restaurant-sized can, some (this here is dolomite), a wired light 💡, a pet bowl and a rock. Mine is an…
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 17
This is also what we should do with our yards and lawns, especially when they are extensive.
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 15
This blogpost includes a , which you may see, but it's about end-of-season garden and harvest work, and all the projects one can get up to as winter approaches.
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 9
Birds get drunk, and unfortunately it does result in FUI (flying under the influence) fatalities. PLEASE decal your windows, support building codes that require bird-safe glass, and, more than usual, drive with caution.
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Conservation Finder Nov 7
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Rewilding | BCLH Nov 7
It's really important to protect native species by preventing the spread of invasives. And then it's really important to restore them.
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Rewilding | BCLH Oct 29
Just a moment of respite, reading about watching birds
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Rewilding | BCLH Oct 28
Seriously overdue for a blog post (the fall migration, leave your leaves!) but wanted to also point out this article:
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Rewilding | BCLH Oct 17
Excellent reasons for and and regular to with the snips, rake, and compost bags! What to do instead? You can pile up the leaves and, on the same day (think burrowing!), mow them over to mulch them. Redistribute them in good yard spots!
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