"This is great, Keith! Thank you for sharing it.
Back in college when doing a habitat assessment class, I used this equation. It is very useful.
I was pondering a challenge with this, however, while walking through the epic landscape of the Olympic…"
I remember as a budding naturalist I was unable to gauge the height of trees, one of the steps useful in identification. There is a simple way to do this with nothing but a stick, a tape measurer and a notebook with a pencil. The procedure is as follows : Step one:Find a stick; the stick should be large enough so that while you lie prostrated you can see the top of the tree lined up with the top of the stick as it is anchored perpendicular to the ground. Step two:Mark where your head is on the…See More
"Great photos. More than once have I been delightfully suprised about the presence of bighorn sheep by falling rocks. The picture here is very generous because the often grand landscapes bighorn sheep occupy makes them as hard to see as a still bird…"
"Yeah, They put this site together well. There are a bunch of I.D. guides on this site for other things as well. They have a tree guide, a reptile guide, a bird one, a wildflower one, and so on. Another one of the keys I've found to using these…"
"Thank you very much Fil. Burdock grows near where I live, I will have to try and experiment with decoctions of burdock and dandelion. From what I have read herbal remedies seem to vary greatly in their effectiveness to treat individuals with…"
"Occasionally, I have used common chickweed poultice on spots of eczema. It is very soothing. I can not speak to psoriasis. But, I imagine it would be at least somewhat helpful since both conditions are forms of inflammation.
Other cooling herbs in…"