Christmas In A Geographic Perspective

Merry Christmas to those reading this. Merry Christmas!! Christmas is an important day for Christians all over the world. Christmas is about celebrating and commemorating the birth of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The holiday is about Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem. Bethlehem today is a city of 25,266 people. It…

Red Cedars: A Biogeography Lesson

Those long evergreen trees standing out from the green and tawny grass in fields. They aren’t as tall as pine trees. However, they have their significance. Juniperus virginiana, the eastern red cedar. True to its scientific name, the red cedar(also known as the eastern red cedar) is actually a type of juniper. This tree has…

Biogeography: The Great Blue Heron

Biogeography is about the spatial distribution of species and ecosystems. In this case, the great blue heron and where you can find it. Remember this. This is a large, wading bird. Wading as in wading in the water. Want to find this bird? Look for wetlands and rivers. This bird can be found through most…

National Bird Day

          Greetings. Today 5 January 2017 is National Bird Day in the USA. It is a great day for bird watchers, and those who enjoy birds. It is a day of bird awareness. There is another part to this besides just awareness. For those who admire birds, look outside, look at…

First Post Of 2017: Bird Migration

Happy New Year. 2017 is here. New year, new things to come. Being that it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, multiple migratory bird species are flying south for the winter. Video below to explain. After watching this video, there is another visual to look at. The map is just an example of some bird…