Scientists look to get comprehensive survey of Hawaii bottom fish population — KHON2

Scientists are looking to get a better picture of the population of bottomfish in the main Hawaiian islands. They’re specifically looking at what’s called the “Deep 7,” a group of seven deep water snappers and groupers that include onaga, opakapaka, and ehu. Graphic courtesy NOAA FisheriesA survey will use the help of commercial fishermen through… viaContinue reading “Scientists look to get comprehensive survey of Hawaii bottom fish population — KHON2”

600 lb. grizzly bear captured in Sechelt, Sunshine Coast —

B.C. Conservation officers captured a 600-pound grizzly bear on the Sunshine Coast Thursday. via 600 lb. grizzly bear captured in Sechelt, Sunshine Coast —

How To Climb Mt. Whitney via RGS

As the highest point in the contiguous United States, Mt. Whitney stands at 14,505 feet tall. Easy accessibility makes it a prime destination for hikers and climbers from around the world. We’ve hiked it, mountaineered it and rock climbed it, and here’s how you can do any of that too. Why Go? As the highestContinue reading “How To Climb Mt. Whitney via RGS”

Chile’s Thunderstorm

CHILE’S THUNDERSTORM IS THE MESMERIZING RESULT OF VOLCANIC CHAOS The video below, filmed by Chilean cinematographer Christian Muñoz-Donoso reveals the super-charged volcanic ash cloud appeared during an eruption at Volcán Calbuco, one of Chile’s most dangerous volcanos, earlier this year. According to BBC Earth, dirty thunderstorms, also known as volcanic lightning, are rare phenomena that occur duringContinue reading “Chile’s Thunderstorm”

Time: A Gift

Originally posted on pengenie:
Photography: Trish Jean Shots from a walk in Guy Fawkes River National Park, including the Ebor Falls. So great to be able to take time in a busy week to take photos. It’s a mindful activity and makes up for not having time to be in the water, my zen thing,…