What to Plant Now to Benefit Wildlife in Spring

Bird Brick Houses: Bespoke bricks providing permanent nesting sites and enclosures to nurture wildlife — Life & Soul Magazine

Bird Brick Houses are an ingenious way to provide permanent nesting sites and wildlife enclosures as an integral part of a building. Suitable for many of the UK’s small to medium size birds, Bird Brick Houses – which look like a regular brick with a hole – have been designed to accomodate house sparrows, swifts […] … Continue reading Bird Brick Houses: Bespoke bricks providing permanent nesting sites and enclosures to nurture wildlife — Life & Soul Magazine

Gardening for Climate Change [Visual] — ecogreenlove

Have you noticed that spring is coming earlier, that plants are blooming at odd times, or that rains are more intense? If so, it’s likely you’re witnessing the first stages of climate change – and how we plan and manage our gardens will have to change. More and more scientists agree that we’re locked into … Continue reading Gardening for Climate Change [Visual] — ecogreenlove

A Perilous Situation in the Everglades

Crying Animals: Artist Julien Nonnon projects images of endangered species on to Alps — Life & Soul Magazine

https://www.youtube.com/embed/bcjLd-zzGGQ?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent French artist Julien Nonnon is aiming to raise awareness of the possible disappearance of animals native to mountainous regions by projecting images of endangered species onto vast alpine cliff-faces. In his latest photographic series, Crying Animals, Julien Nonnon used gigantic images of the most endangered species from alpine countries – including the wolf, lynx, … Continue reading Crying Animals: Artist Julien Nonnon projects images of endangered species on to Alps — Life & Soul Magazine