Dogwood berry can be consume crude as in jam.
At all seasons, Stéfane Gautier follows the lives of the natural reserve of the Val d'Allier. Over 250 species of birds, some rare ones like the stone curlew, are present. Bird paradise, it is managed by Bird Protection League, which organizes outings.
Pégomas is a village in Provence (France south). Farmers cultivate rosa "Centifolia" to realize the famous "N°5" from Chanel.
Paul is initiated by his grandfather in beekeeping. The bees will not achieve it with her yellow Dress! Purpose of the maneuver, intercept the queen for his marking an essential step for identifying and easy to remember his age.
With the development of commercial transport and tourism, a growing animal is observed far from his home region. Some, like the amphipod Danube, are formidable predators of microfauna, others come in competition with local species exploiting the same ecological niche is the case of zebra mussels or Asian clams.
In the spring, pick-ups of nettles, known for a "cure" for your digestive system. You can make a nettle sauce whose flavor is intermediate between the sorrel and spinach ideally accompanies a fillet of trout ...
Kevin Muzikar, Cutler, has a passion for Corsican knives. Made of laminated steel damask in his studio, their sleeves are made from goat's horn.
The bees have a life that is not easy, they must defend themselves against the varroa mite and wax moth who prey on larvae also attack the Asian hornet hives .. Follow the steps in the life of a bee: egg, larva, birth, participation in community life, communication, construction of the royal box ...
Noelle Bruno rose and a lodge in South Africa. In 2009, they welcome Sabou, a cheetah 3 weeks old .. To this day the little family was expropriated for the exploitation of mineral reserves in their basements ...
The balloon can obtain measurements such as temperature, humidity, wind strength and this can be until a height of 35km! A very long and high travel for a helium filled balloon!
Hedges back in our country! They protect from runoff, provide shelter and food resources for small animals (birds, small mammals) and have a pretty landscape! Their cut is used to provide wood chips for boilers. Farmers replant hedges in collaboration with the Chamber of Agriculture, such as the Bray.