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Bush Home Living – Why It’s Worth It

By Sandra Tuszynska I have been encouraged to create posts related to the encounters with the wild animals that I share the land and more often than not, my home with. To be honest, I could probably produce a post … Continue reading

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The Hawkmoth Vision

by Sandra Tuszynska Moths are often overlooked as pollinators, as many are only active by night and perhaps we often don’t find them as attractive as butterflies. However, moths belong to the same order as butterflies called Lepidoptera and are … Continue reading

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