Forestry

Bermuda

Bermuda has No Natural Source of Water. Each Home is Designed to Collect Rainwater with the Use of White Stepped Roofing.

A British traveler will feel quite at home in Bermuda, even though the climate there is warmer and brighter than anything possibly experienced in the British Isles. Many of the 60,000 people who live on the island are housed in pastel-colored limestone buildings with architecture reminiscent of British towns and villages. But did you know […]

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Bonsai Tree

A Bonsai Tree is not a Species of Tree. It is a Method of Growing Trees that Aims to Create a Miniature Version of a Fully Mature Tree.

One of the many reasons bonsai plants are among the best for homes or offices is that they help purify the air around them. Bonsai can help with sore throats, coughs, fatigue, and tiredness. But what is Bonsai?  A bonsai tree is not a tree species. It’s just a normal tree. Bonsai is a tree-growing

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Finches

How Do Birds Keep Pests and Parasites Away?

Birds are renowned for designing their nest with vegetation rich in compounds that keep them away from parasites. But one unlikely component may actually help birds keep their nest pest free.  The nicotine in the cigarettes help keeps the parasite away. Some urban birds like finches and sparrows use cigarette butts as a form of

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The Great Smog

How Bad Was the Great Smog of London?

On December 5, 1952, the Great Smog of London descended due to a combination of bad weather conditions and severe air pollution. The smog dwelled upon the British Capital for five days. The toxic air and absolute lack of visibility were definitely hazardous, but how bad was the so-called Great Smog? The Great Smog of

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