Ever changing environment and human's effect on it
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Ever changing environment and human's effect on it

lovemypt

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 A visible account of human's effects on the environment.......
 Last year I found 2 screech owls roosting on a bush pile beneath a cedar tree in Centennial Park, their nest was very close by.  Due to amount of heavy brush and trees in surround area , it was very difficult to spot and to even get this shot , I had to almost crawl thru a maze of branches and vines to get any sort of view.
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 Well a lot sure has changed in a year.  The city has now almost clear cut the whole area in effect to stop Bore-Ash Beetle spread and left spot almost unrecognizable.  Probably a necessary move but real shame to see.... as the world grows smaller and people's needs for things expands, probably only a sign of what is to come
 
 
   Do you think the owls will return?............would you! :'(
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It's only the beginning of the end of things as we know them. The environment is both stable yet fluid to compensate for stressors.Climate change is a super stressor and it will drag its stiff bristles across the fluid environment rendering it unrecognizable.