Canada has much more sunlight in summer, though the cost of this bounty is the short daylight of winter.
January feels like that to me.
January 2022 Astronomy
The year begins with Jupiter and Saturn in the west after sunset.
I hope your skies will be clear and you will enjoy your star gazing.
Eyes Up or Heads Down
Robert Dick explores what’s new under the stars.
December 2021 Astronomy
Winter begins at precisely 03:39 on Tuesday, December 21.
I felt the weather change this morning.
Excerpt from Feasting Wild
Smoked Game and Fake Caviar: The Black-Market Meat Trade
Lunar Eclipse on Nov 19, 2021
In the wee hours of Friday morning on November 19, the otherwise bring full Moon sky will go dark.
November 2021 Astronomy
We can set aside daylight saving at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 9.
Rising: Becoming the First Canadian Woman to Summit Everest
A Memoir – by Sharon Wood
Introducing the Quill Pig
Everything you didn’t know about porcupines.
October 2021 Astronomy
The summer stars have moved into the Western Hemisphere and are replaced by the less prominent autumn stars in the east
Birds and Beacons of Michigan by Kimberly and John Kotzian
Lighthouses have long served as beacons for sailors, but, they have also been welcome sight for migratory birds.
The Pecking Order
Who knew the social lives of chickens were so complicated?