Wolves can shape the ecosystem and physical geography of the land they live on. When wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park in ‘95 after a 70-year absence, trees grew faster, animal populations increased, and rivers even changed...
Best for paddling...Houghton, nr Stockbridge, Hampshire The chalk stream of the Test rises on Watership down and is crystal clear but cold all year. At Houghton a path leads to a wide chalky bay with a wooden footbridge, it's only one to two feet deep. Entering Houghton find the footpath at the end of the village on the left, called Clarendon Way.
Observatory at Hard Labor Creek in Rutledge (40 min away) " I have to say it was fantastic! We got to see Saturn, Pluto, and more. The staff was very nice & knowledgeable. They answered all kinds of questions and did it in a way that the children could understand. I absolutely loved it & of course the best part was that it was FREE!" Georgia State University's Hard Labor Creek Observatory will be open to the public one Saturday per month from March until October.
Castle Mountain and The Frozen Bow River - Wandering along the shallow end of the frozen Bow river on a chilly winter morning while appreciating the sweet touch of auburn light glowing on the peaks of Castle Mountain. Truly, mother nature at its best! I love Canada!! "You're off to great places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so... Get on your way" - Dr. Seuss Have a great week guys! Cheers!