Tag: Wildlife

Bob Ross – Deep Forest Falls (Season 28 Episode 8)

Bob Ross – Deep Forest Falls (Season 28 Episode 8)

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 17, 2019

– Hi, welcome back. Certainly glad you could join us today. You know, I’m so crazy about this colored gesso, and the black and white and gray gesso that we’ve been using. I thought today we’d do another little painting using some of that. But, let’s start out first of all and have run all […]

Rescued Giant Sea Turtle Is Thrilled To Swim Back To The Ocean | The Dodo First Taste Of Freedom

Rescued Giant Sea Turtle Is Thrilled To Swim Back To The Ocean | The Dodo First Taste Of Freedom

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 17, 2019

Munchkin was found out on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. They thought they saw what was a rock, until they approached and they realized it was a giant sea turtle. When she came in her temperature was very low. She was also underweight. The front right flipper and the rear flipper were both semi-amputated. She was not […]

10 Most Dangerous Ocean Inhabitants
8 Deadliest Forest Fires Ever

8 Deadliest Forest Fires Ever

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 15, 2019

Forest fires: fast, deadly entities of heat consuming everything within their path; be it trees, wildlife, or humans. Here are the 8 deadliest forest fires ever that left behind terrible paths of destruction. Number 8: The 2010 Russian wildfires Russia’s summer of 2010 was the hottest in the country’s recorded history. The season’s high temperatures […]

Study Environmental Science at Deakin University

Study Environmental Science at Deakin University

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 11, 2019

Environmental Science is a lot to explain, but for me it’s how people work together within communities to work towards preserving the environment for better sustainable futures. I decided about five years ago, I did my first volunteering trip with Zoo’s Victoria trapping eastern barred bandicoots, and I realised then that I always wanted to […]

Earth 101 | National Geographic

Earth 101 | National Geographic

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 8, 2019

– [Narrator] Earth, the only planet known to maintain life. A product of scientific phenomena and sheer chance. This blue speck in space holds the past, present, and future, of our very existence. (instrumental music) Approximately 4.5 billion years ago, the Earth formed from particles left over from the creation of our sun. Gravity drew […]

Wildlife Ecology & Management students get a hands-on education

Wildlife Ecology & Management students get a hands-on education

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 2, 2019

(melodic, uplifting music) – I came to USU-Uintah Basin because I really wanted to get a wildlife degree, and everything I love to do, I can do it here. – The wildlife program in the Uintah Basin is one of the top, because we get a lot of internships and we get a lot of […]

Singapore Zoo I Exotic animals

Singapore Zoo I Exotic animals

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 30, 2019

Singapore Open Zoo Singapore Zoo Free ranging Birds Red Ibis with black crows crimson Sun Bird

Politics of Climate Change | Years of Living Dangerously

Politics of Climate Change | Years of Living Dangerously

By Micah Moen 28 Comments September 18, 2019

BRADLEY WHITFORD: I want to know why there aren’t more Republicans in Congress willing to come forward on climate. So I’m going to meet the GOP’s most outspoken critic, Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. SHELDON WHITEHOUSE: I am back to again urge my colleagues to wake up to the stark reality of climate change. BRADLEY WHITFORD: […]

Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory

Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 17, 2019

– [Narrator] Our region has seen an alarming drop in the overall amount of sensitive ecosystem areas. Which are shrinking because of human impacts on the natural landscape. – We lost about 1,600 hectare’s and that’s equivalent to about four Stanley Parks in five years. – [Narrator] This information comes from Metro Vancouver’s Sensitive Ecosystem […]