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Booting up to blog on County’s wealth of nature

Since the day I first planted my trembling fingers upon the keyboard of a computer in the early 1990s and tried to understand the bluish screen in front of me with its strange WordPerfect for DOS symbols, I have been struggling with a plethora of strange computer terms. Defrag, modem, usernames, worms, viruses, print spoolers, how to drag and drop and how to boot, backup and launch. All new stuff for someone trained on an Underwood typewriter back in the 1960s and whose idea of   “getting with it”   was upgrading to an electric typewriter! And now, this relatively new term, blog.  I had to look it up its meaning again to refresh my memory. It means web log and through this `blog` I am looking forward to keeping readers up to date on what’s happening in Prince Edward County in the world of nature, and possibly even share a few of my innermost thoughts on various aspects of nature and our environment.

For over 25 years, I have enjoyed introducing outdoor enthusiast to the wonders of nature, and more important, stressing biodiversity and ecology – how every living thing is important and interconnects. Nearly every event that I lead is booked to capacity, and I see this as a growing interest and concern for our environment. It is not my intention to use this blog to preach, but rather, gently ease readers into a greater appreciation for the wealth of nature that we have right here in Prince Edward County.

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  1. Hi Terry: we used to correspond with you on a fairly regular basis when we lived in Cressy, it was us that had the Saye`s Pheobe way back in 1994 and out there we were always spotting new birds and animals, ( to us that is).
    We used to enjoy your walks and although we still do walks out here in BC there ia a dirth of birds because there are so few insects, granted we do have the shore bird , eagles, ravens etc, but we certainly miss the bright coloured song birds.
    Marilyn Ives sent us your info and now you are posted in our favorites and will always look for your new postings.
    the Ferguson`s formerly of Cressy, Picton and now Courtenay BC

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