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Tree full of Robins. Must be spring here.
I do not see any official records on noise pollution. I only found the Nasa link for earthquakes.I also found unofficial doomsday type websites that are not official enough. Lol http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2005/jan...
So the North Pole is moving more towards Russia?Is the noise pollution up?
the runways had to be changed in Tampa Florida http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...
Here it is. it is caused by earth quakes.http://content.usatoday.com/communities/sciencefair/post/2011/03/japan-earthquake-shifted-earth-axis-shorter-day-nasa/1#.UJXZ6YUVxaU
Thanks. I just noticed your comments. I will see if I can find the article on the shift of the earth.
Did it shift because of the earthquake? Article would be great. Thanks.
CindyBinghamkeiser. You could get her thru my profile.
Yes, I heard the earth shifted on its axis last year also which contributes to the seasonal changes, so says NASA.They had to redraw the longitude and latitude lines for the planes to land ect. I could find the article if you want?
Cindy has a pic of a hummingbird building it's nest.
I think that they will have to redefine the seasons!! Weather changes are real and happening!
Maybe its global warming, early springs?
I know, when the dogwood trees and the red-bud trees bloom and then the Robins are here briefly, I know its spring. I saw a small dove building a nest this week, that's what gave me the idea of a spring mission.
I have been noticing this playfulness in animals in February. It is spring like over here.Officially though April would be the month.
Yes, I think all of it would be great. :)
pyoung,in yor mission are you looking for behaviours suggestive of spring? Geese bathing? turtles sunbathing? blackbirds singing?
Thank you Emma, I will do that tonight, since I have a couple of days off from school! :)
Nice warm red colored robin!I joined the mission.BTW ,were you able to add your spottings to the waterbird mission?
Lat: 27.95, Long: -82.46
Spotted on Feb 1, 2012 Submitted on Feb 5, 2012