Nature Ramble

Off to Florida this week.

This is a part reblog from Anita by the Sea

“So anyways, in an attempt to reduce the current state of negativity, I decided to nix the post and take a different approach. Below is a short essay that I recently wrote about the uniqueness of the Indian River Lagoon.  I’ve been going back and forth about what to do with it, so I figured I would just post it here. Hopefully anyone who reads this will be encouraged to take pride in their local ecosystems and do what’s in their power to protect them:)”

Indian River Lagoon

“I live along a stretch of the east coast of Florida that is like no other. As the bird flies, from east to west, you move from ocean, to Barrier Island, to estuary, to upland Florida scrubland, all in a matter of 2 to 3 miles. Each of these ecosystems is unique, and in other regions they independently occupy miles of terrain. Here, their close proximity to one another results in a collision of ecosystems, where organisms meet and interact in ways that are as unique as this area...”

Click on the link above to continue reading.

We all live near an Eco-system. It doesn’t matter if you live near a beach, a forest, a swamp or lagoon, or even in the city local parks are an Eco-system.

I think Anita’s story about Indian River Lagoon bears an important message to us all.

Just where is Indian River…



3 responses to this post.

  1. Have a safe trip and enjoy some of the warmth for me while you are in Florida.



    • >lsf, I’m not off anywhere personally. I always start my Nature Rambles like that.

      The USA is one of the last places in the world I would ever go to; the moment I landed I would be arrested as a ‘domestic terrorist’ because of my views. Another place is Venezuela because I gave Chavez shit on the net.

      Anyway, why would I leave Rio for the warmth? Admittedly we have had a cold patch for the last week, but generally we are a heck of a lot warmer than Florida.

      But thanks for your wishes.




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