Category : Nature

26 posts

With the weather cooling in many parts of the country (I’m still waiting here in Texas, but it will happen eventually.), it’s time to think about our feathered friends. Construct one of these DIY Bird Feeders and make it a little easier for birds to find nutrition. I think all of the examples are elegant. …
I love spring. I take pleasure in seeing my garden mature. I also enjoy watching seeds turn to plants. I’m like a kid; I check my little paper pots everyday to see if a seed has sprouted. If ever there were something to be considered a miracle – it is a beautiful plant born from …
I found Bee Balm (also known as Bergamot) in a garden nursery in a section of plants labeled “adored by bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.” I liked the color of this variety, and bees and butterflies are most attracted to blue and purple flowers. I was interested in this fact because we are in the midst …
Despite the prediction, cold, blizzard-like days call for curling up under the covers and watching a good movie or two. Today is perfect for one of my favorite comedies…yes, Groundhog Day!
I’m really interested in this astronomical event, as it is very rare. The last time a lunar eclipse happened on the day of a solstice (first day of winter for the Northern Hemisphere) was 372 years ago, in 1638. The lunar eclipse will be visible from 1:33 to 5:01 a.m. ET Tuesday, with the total …
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