Wednesday, 7 December 2016

18 DAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYSSSS

I'm getting bored of this and obliviously you are too...... I'll try and post something interesteting soon............ YAWN! 😫 (I like the emoji's they have made though!!!)

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

19.............................................

19 AND STILL COUNTING DOWN! At least grandad made some fudge today, Its so yummy 😳

Monday, 5 December 2016

20 Days till Christmas And I'm Already Bored........ -_-

Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooored.... I finished my Animal Post so at least that's something...😑. Oh and tomorrow Grandad's making fudge, Which I AM looking forward to 😝!!!

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The Good News: Part 2/2.

Right, so, I've established what's happening to some of the animals, but here's some that are making a come back (This is in the UK only):

So cute 😍

The Common Dormouse was a victim of habitat destruction and climate change. Over 100 years since the last wild Dormouse was seen, their population has begun to grow in some of the RSPB woodlands due to them making nesting boxes and taking care of their population.

The White-tailed Eagle's main threats include; Illegal egg collection, Poisoning and loss of habitat. It was the largest Bird-Of-Prey in the UK with no natural predators, in the early 1900's it disappeared from the wild. But, despite the same threats still around, numbers are growing thanks to Scotland's reintroduction programme!

The Common Crane, hunted to extinction over 200 years ago. 2010-2015, 93 common cranes were released into the Somerset Levels and Moors. Doubling the population, due to the Great Crane Project in the UK.

The Water Vole population were badly suffering from polluted rivers (their home) and predators like the American Mink. Being provided with new homes in the marshland RSPB reserves... not to much information on what they are doing here but what I do know is that their population is growing.

Sunday, 4 December 2016

21 DAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

21 DAYS TO GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO... hurry up Christmas! Just been looking up how to make mince-pies, I'll be posting a recipe after I've made them at Christmas, Or maybe a little before, If you want the recipe just comment and I'll sort it out :) (Nanny and Granad really like my pastry, I made jam tarts with it and nanny's not a tart person but she liked them :D)


Saturday, 3 December 2016

Endangered Animals Around The World: Part.1



This post is a more serious one, I don't like doing serious one's but most of the time the things I write about need to be noticed, as not many people are doing much about the topics! Today I'm doing animal safety:

This is a hedgehog that we rescued!
In 1950 there were about 36 Million hedgehogs in Britain, 1995 there were around 1.55 Million, In less that fifty years the population of hedgehogs has decreased by about 34.5 Million. And now, in 2016, its fell even further, down to <1 Million... Its estimated that in the next 20-30 years there will be no more hedgehogs left. For them, the most common ways to die are either by car, pesticides and habitat destruction. We have actually saved a few hedgehogs when they are sick or underweight, and released them back.

The situation is no better around the word, though take a look at some of the endangered species from all over the globe!

One well known endangered animal is the African Elephant, who were being hunted for their tusks as they contain large amount of ivory, but their population has begun to come back as people DID do something about it - they restricted the Ivory trade.

 The Red Panda, less then 10,000 individuals. Poached and caught in traps for their fur, often used as hats in Bhutan.

The Black Rhino, <5,000. A critically endangered animal, between 1970 and 1992, 96% of black rhinos were killed for their horn or just for amusement, it's horrible... it really is. In 2014, 1,215 rhinos where poached in South Africa - a 21% increase from the year before.

This is only a few of the many of the endangered animals around the world. Every day, scientists estimate that 150-200 species of Animal, Plant and insect go extinct. Do you want one of those to be your favourite animal?


December 3rd, 22 Days To Go!


Cleaning, hoovering, cleaning some more, more hoovering...... yaaaaaay!!!! That's what I've been doing today..... whoop whoop........!!!........ Anyway, serious post coming soon, about animal safety and stuff like that. It is a very serious topic, and one that I don't like to talk about, being an animal lover myself... 😢


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Look at da kitten!!!!!