pish-posh says . . .be impeccable with your word – don't take anything personally – don't make assumptions – always do your best.
- even after all this time, the sun never says to the earth ... "you owe me"
I invite your comments, anecdotes and observations.
save a lifePumpkin is a darling boy. (4 yrs NSW). He’d make an ideal family companion. He’s good with other dogs, cats and loves cuddles. He'd rather be near you, than kept outdoors. Pumpkin has a thick coat, enjoys/needs regular grooming to look his best. To adopt Pumpkin email firstname.lastname@example.org.
irish blessings to all
- robert’s wake-up call
- evolutionary wonder
- spirit of freedom
- justin and the dugong
- afternoon quali-tea
- aah . . . pain relief
- ‘most wanted’ mug shots slideshow
- luck of the irish
- she who laughs last
- egyptian vulture
- it’s elementary my dear watson
- chasing the dime
- do the right thing
- nana gaia’s pantry
- talkin ’bout Y generation
- monkey business
- water water everywhere
- probiotic yoghurt
- sand dune cats
acknowledgementmy thanks to google - to find photographs for articles, i google 'subject' and 'copyright free'
Category Archives: endangered species
This post is thanks to Lorna – author of one of my all-time favourite blogs @ ‘Lorna’s voice’ (http://lornasvoice.com/). “I’ve always said that the best wolf habitat resides in the human heart. You have to leave a little space for … Continue reading
It was Justin’s 5th birthday.
The word’s out – molly’s just wild about
The Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) is also known as the White Scavenger Vulture or Pharaoh’s Chicken ranges Continue reading
The Sand Cat (Felis margarita), also referred to as the Sand Dune Cat, is one of the world’s smallest wildcats. Continue reading
Marlon collects exotic bird feathers – not your average collector!
The Black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes), a member of the weasel family, also known as the American polecat or Prairie Dog Hunter is native Continue reading
The Himalayan wolf (Canis himalayensis) is thought to represent an ancient isolated line of wolves Continue reading
Mozzim is an IT guru, who is on intimate terms with any
The Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) also known as the Siberian, Manchurian, Altaic, Korean or Ussuri tiger, is the world’s largest Continue reading
The rare enigmatic Kagu or Cagou (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a bluish-pearl grey, Continue reading
Beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) are an Artic and sub-Arctic cetacean white whale (also known as the sea canary because … Continue reading
White-faced Saki (Pithecia pithecia) also known as the Guianan Saki and the Golden-faced Saki range the tropical rainforests Continue reading
The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) range in tropical lowland forests from south-eastern Mexico to northern Argentina and southern Brazil. Continue reading
This post is a salute to Scottish Wildcats, (felis sylvestris grampia) ‘The Tiger of the Highlands’ – an almost extinct species of feisty, indomitable Scots! If it weren’t for Chris, who is madly,
Strolling the harbour waterfront at sunset with Maya and Jennifer, I noticed Yaman and his partner David at Bungalow 8, King Street Wharf.
The Pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta), also known as the Pitted-shelled turtle or Fly river turtle, is found in New Guinea, Irian Jaya, Indonesia and the Northern Territory, Australia and lives in freshwater rivers, streams and lagoons. Continue reading
Tony, a self-made professional and long-term friendly acquaintance from The Fantastic Plastic Cafe,
Caitlin’s a wisp of a woman with a heart the size of Texas. I first met her in Rushcutters Bay Park, under the oak trees, head bent, focussed on her charcoal sketches of the charismatic Iberian Lynx. Caitlin studies photography … Continue reading
I’m sitting on the deck of the Chinese Gardens’ Teahouse, encircled by