Environmental education in Russia: this is a sign on the Forest Trail in the Vladivostok
Botanical Garden, giving information about the Amur Tiger. #1 on the sign reads 'Lived
Here.' #2 reads 'Lives Here' (current range). #3 'How Many Are There?': There are 550 left.
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300 year old building sinking into ground in Irkutsk--I
didn't take pics above but did take this one just today.
it rained for almost 24 hours....
At work & play at the Irkutsk Botanical Garden. BTW that is
good old yarrow on the young man's herbarium sheet
This is the enemy, if your so-called government
is to be believed.
Sheep passing through a gate in Australia; there is no fence, but they are
used to being fenced in, so they act according to their conditioning.
Russian children learning about the natural world, with
inexpensive hand lenses we brought with us.
Lake Baikal is the oldest and deepest lake in the world, and holds 20% of all
the planet's fresh water--believe it or not.