Described as ‘the loneliest man in the world’, he lived entirely alone for 26 years, deep in the Brazilian Amazon, and had resisted every attempt by government teams to make contact with him.
Survival of Apex Predator Harpy Eagle Threatened
These magnificent birds are struggling to feed offspring in heavily deforested areas of the Amazon.
“This is a place where humans appear to have been a positive force on this landscape and its biodiversity over thousands of years.”
A rainforest in the Putumayo region of Peru has been home to relatively unaltered forest for 5,000 years. The people who have lived there found a long-term way to coexist with nature–and the evidence is in microscopic bits of silica and charcoal in the soil.
Lost Kingdoms of the Amazon – Rock Paintings
“We’ve been recording, and watching, a series of television programmes called ‘Lost Kingdoms of the Amazon’, presented by Ella al-Shamahi. “
Tracing Orkney’s Origins
A new book by Laird Scranton
Environmental History, Biodiversity & Climate Change
“The impact of climate change may be greater on areas where stability has been the norm over extremely long time periods.” Dr Colin Beale
New Book: Coptor Cat by Maya Russell
Coptor Cat is not an ordinary ginger cat. Oh no. She is a SUPER HERO!
Einhallow – Shadows of the Past
“So, you think the Wars of the Roses ended with Bloody Meadow, and the massacre in Tewkesbury Abbey, think again…”