I really do brake for butterflies. One day I was driving through California along the migration route for some lovely butterflies, and all I had to do was slow for for about three miles while they flew along by. Most people wouldn't do that though, and there were probably thousands of dead butterflies along the road. Show your kindness with this bumper sticker!
"Looking for an inexpensive change-up for your next backyard barbeque? Try lobster. 'Per pound, it's less expensive than hot dogs right now,' grumbles lobster-boat captain Mike Dassatt, who fishes the coast near Belfast, Maine, with his wife Sheila."
Seems like the economy is changing how much money he can make off the ocean because the demand for lobster is down by 30% at restaurants (and other reasons I'm sure).
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"On the other hand, the size of the lobster catch is bigger than ever, thanks to excellent oversight of the state's lobster fishery. Maine lobstermen caught 67 million pounds of the crustaceans last year, 4 million more than in 2007 and triple the amount caught 20 years ago."
The current government is probably doing a little better job managing the pillage than if you look at the management of that fishery in a hist…
Historical photograph of the Nevada State Capitol taken in 1875. The image has been changed to remove dust specks and a tear, and it has also been cropped slightly. Photocopy Credit: Nevada Historical Society ~ Library of Congress (Historic American Buildings Survey).
Zazzle Postcard Tip, originally uploaded by Annalee's Pics. If you want an even white border around your image, crop your digital photograph to 1152x850 (or a size that has the same ratio). Then you can adjust the size and center it to print with even border.
Nevada State Capitol, originally uploaded by Annalee's Pics. Historical photograph of the Nevada State Capitol taken in 1875. The image has been changed to remove dust specks and a tear, and it has also been cropped to create a wallpaper size image posted on Flickr. Photocopy Credit: Nevada Historical Society ~ Library of Congress (Historic American Buildings Survey). This is a public domain image.
This silhouette design of a lovely butterfly comes from an image of Iphiclides podalirius comes from Plate I from Europas bekannteste Schmetterlinge published about 1895 by Dr. F. Nemos. These three colors together make a cute tee for baby.