on Tuesday May 7th, 2013 at 10:45 AM
Eldon's fascinating book reveals the importance of choosing your beliefs and the effects these choices have on the quality of your lifeimpacting areas that may surprise you in ways you have not thought of. From influencing how long you will live and how your DNA expresses itself to what you will allow yourself to see and hear, I promise that you'll be astounded at the many consequences for every single belief. It's like a spider web that continually builds upon itself often trapping us where...
on Friday May 3rd, 2013 at 04:41 AM
Alex & Me: How a Scientist and a Parrot Discovered a Hidden World of Animal Intelligence--and Formed a Deep Bond in the Process - by Dr Irene Pepperberg
I found the book both remarkable and sad. Dr Irene Pepperberg describes her early childhood which set her on a course to demonstrate the cognitive abilities of African greys and her life long struggle to prove to the close minded and close hearted scientific world that birds were capable of intelligence far beyond humans had credited them....
on Sunday April 28th, 2013 at 05:26 AM
Author Jon Young opens your mind and awareness to the elusive world of birds communications within their families and community groups. Birder Jon Young is a naturalist with training in tracking by expert Shamans. He brings his wealth of knowledge into the study of listening to the birds, following their movements to understand the events and activities in their lives.
With delightful stories and clear step by step examples he takes the novice through a journey of discovery of bird songs,...
on Thursday April 4th, 2013 at 12:34 PM
By Leah LemieuxOver the long Easter weekend, I decided to visit my wild bird friends by the lake in Albert Park. To celebrate, I brought some tasty raw nuts for my friends and something special. The family of magpies, attended by the usual pair of magpie larks and noisy miners greeted me and enthusiastically accepted the nuts and morning greetings I offered. After the magpies had their fill, my two favourite ravens came over to see me. They are both very large for little ravens and were the...
on Friday February 8th, 2013 at 11:41 PM
by Yvonne Shaw from Bats Qld
This little fellow was found hanging on a fence post by a farmer at Taroom in western QLD. He took him home and looked after him for 5 days, during which time the bat actually gained weight. The farmers aged parents were heading to Toowoomba (a 6 hour drive) and kindly took him with them. Carer Peter met them in Toowoomba and brought him home to join the other little reds. He is completely uninjured, so why he was quietly hanging on a fence post is a bit of a...
on Thursday January 10th, 2013 at 11:27 PM
by Yvonne Morrin (Bats Qld)readmoreNow I have finished my course of vaccinations, I have finally started rescuing. My first bat was entangled in fishing line with a fishing hook embedded in her side the constriction injury was severe, and she was euthanized. The second had been up a food tree for a week without flying away, and appeared to have a wing injury. He could clamber around the tree perfectly well, just out of reach of my pole! Finally I got him to the ground, and he began to...
on Wednesday December 19th, 2012 at 04:40 AM
by Veronica Mather
For several weeks I watched out of the kitchen window as a magpie, now known as Maggie rested in our backyard. From a distance I could see that he had an injured leg, but whenever I attempted to get a closer look he would fly away.readmore
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