"Uh Oh" for Rednesday
Once upon a time there was a two-year-old grandson, who was very good, playing with all of his wonderful toys as it was an indoor "snowy day." All of a sudden, in one quick moment, he decided to empty his mother's book shelf. She came around the corner and exclaimed, "Uh oh!" Maybe it was, "Oh no!" Funny thing is that our grandchildren never do this when they visit us. Those little lambs just curl up in our laps and we sit quietly and read together for hours. Is that how it is with you?
The Herring Gull for Watery Wednesday
One of the things that I admire most about "The Coast" is that change is constant. Did you know that Herring Gulls, unlike many of the gull species, do not venture more than a few miles from the land? The gulls are equally at home on land, at sea, and in the air.
A great book series I recommend is Life In The Sea by Pam Walker and Elaine Wood. You'll learn about the physical aspects of the coastal waters, the microbes and plants, simple Invertebrates, Vertebrates at the edge of the ocean and life in the shallow seawater. Here is one book from the series that I am currently reading,
The Coast (Life in the Sea)
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