During Springtime you will observe an influx of sunshine, nests and baby birds. But peppered among the warmer weather is the occasional nasty storm, which can potentially knock baby birds from their nests. The question is, how do you best help a stranded baby bird? While it might be counter-intuitive to leave them on the ground,
If you’re interested in freaky skies, have we ever got a treat for you: April 11th this year means a pink full moon. Let’s answer a few questions about this upcoming lunar treat. 1. Why’s it called the pink full moon? Is this some sort of blood reference? Nope! Each full moon has various names
Nature can be beautiful and wonderful (flowers, trees, the sunrise and sunset), or pesky and a little revolting (worms, ticks, bees, spiders), depending on how you look at it. Some see birds as a fascinating and beautiful part of nature, while others simply focus on the white stain dripping down their car windshield. Regardless of
Vargula Hilgendorfii, simply known as sea fireflies, are a type of rare, bioluminescent shrimp that live in the sand of shallow sea water. Measuring in at a mere 3 mm in length, just one of these little creatures would appear as nothing more than a faint and obscured speck of light. Group them together, however,
I’m not really an expert in gardening or farm work, but I don’t think this is supposed to happen. This guy was just doing some yard work when all of a sudden, as if he was a Disney princess, a wild baby robin approached him. At first I thought it was a domesticated bird but
Life on the Earth as we know it now, would not be possible without the water. Water, as many other things, is essential to life. But do you know where did the water come from? According to new study of ancient meteorites, this “majestic blue mass” was here, since our planet was born. Leader of this study
Here are some snapshots of some of the most captivatingly vulnerable moments in history. These rare images show some of the most influential leaders in the past that let their hair down for a moment. Luckily, for us, a photographer was there to capture that moment and share the humanity in it all. 1. EXECUTION
We want to see all beautiful places on Earth, because it’s so beautiful. Have you ever wondered how beautiful it looks from Space! Here is a time lapse video of Planet Earth, showing its beauty in 2 minutes from the eyes of International Space Station. I enjoyed it and am sure that you will too.
Seen anything like this before? Where? This beautiful pic of Dawn in the Hills depicts nature at its purest. The spectacular picture shows hills at peace with themselves! Share with other if you agree!