Comment Wall

You need to be a member of The Secret Moon Garden to add comments!

Join The Secret Moon Garden

Comments

  • So much for lake side property!


    This is spooky but real!


    Sort of like a science fiction movie.


    Have you ever seen an ice tsunami?


    It happened on the south side of Lac des Mille Lacs, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, on May 11, 2013!


    It destroyed more than 20 houses in 15 minutes!

    http://www.youtube.com/v/Wbs8tN8xlxA

  • Weird red rain in India - are we aliens? part 1 - We Are The Aliens - BBC Space

    http://youtu.be/Vb_y_Xed6Ek


    Uploaded on 26 Sep 2008
    In July 2001, southern India was hit by weird red rain floods. What could cause it? Or who? Watch this fascinating clip from BBC Horizon science show 'We Are the Aliens' to find out more

    Weird red rain in India - are we aliens? part 2 - We Are The Aliens - BBC Space

    http://youtu.be/xccamQ3aQzs

  • Thank you Gypsy for sharing this video

    Brilliant Newfoundlander Invents the Solution!

    http://youtu.be/bRZvAAqzXIw


    Uploaded on 20 Feb 2008
    Jim Meaney, owner of Cansolair Inc. displays how he converts pop cans into a powerful solar heating panel

  • The Lab: Ento make food from insects

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/video/playlist/the-lab-series-playlist/lab...

    Sky Yahoo Originals
    Naomi Kerbel meets Ento, a company hoping to make insects attractive and delicious to eat whilst solving the world's food security challenge.

  • Very true SunKat!

  • ok now I am going mad thought I posted a discussion on here

  • Thank you  Sue Earthspirit this is definately my kind of group.  As a Zoo Keeper, S.P.C.A. Inspector and lover of all creatures I have spent my life looking to care for and protect animals.

     

    blessings,

     

    Artemis Batwing

  •  

    What Bears Do When No One’s Looking (Video)

    http://youtu.be/AihvuZiDhsg

    Published on 25 Jul 2013
    Ever wonder what bears do when we're not looking?

    These images were captured with a remote wildlife camera as various species visited a "communications" or "rub" tree in Kananaskis Country, leaving a scent as a form of communication to other bears and animals.

    The image data is being collected as part of a collaborative study looking at multi-species habitat use within our mountainous landscape. In addition to various wildlife species, millions of people visit Kananaskis Country each year.

    Alberta Parks dedicates significant efforts to maintaining a positive coexistence of wildlife and park visitors through tools such as our bear shepherding program, wildlife proof garbage bins and superior visitor education.


    Learn more about human/wildlife conflict prevention at www.wildsmart.ca. For more information about our research, visit http://albertaparks.ca/albertaparksca...
    Many thanks to Ewan Dobson for letting us use his incredible music!

This reply was deleted.

About/Join

This is a place where we can discuss topics to do with conservation and animal welfare and come up with ideas to protect our mother earth and all who live upon her.

72 Members
Join Us!
search engine by freefind