Thanksgiving Weekend in the Habitat
Bob La Trémouille reports, November 25, 2006:
Preparation for environmental destruction looks more visible than before. It is more likely that I am just noticing more. Apparently more trees wrapped leaves me with a horrorible thought: are more trees being destroyed by the DCR and the destructive nine councilors than I was aware of?
"They would never stoop so low" has long been proven wishful. These people have stooped way low and are continuing with their practices.
The Charles River White Ducks, Andrake and Daffne swam closer to Cambridge than I have previously seen, north of the midline of the river. The thing that is surprising about them is that, even with a long swim, I do not see their migratory four friends. Perhaps the four friends have migrated.
I did see a number of Mallards at the Goose Meadow, but, judging by their numbers, they look like the one large brood of Mallard babies hatched this season, and their Mommy and Poppy, just one very large duck family.
The Charles River White Geese were riding out the new chill in accordance with their policy of minimizing effort and saving up their fat to survive the winter. They were sleeping, but they happily greeted me when I checked on them.
We have had some quite strong wind and rain in the last few days. The larger vegetation looks it.
The situation is scary. The destructiveness of the DCR and the nine destructive city councilors is so great.
The destructive nine seem to be on the offensive in Cambridge with their lying version of conservation being pushed.
Groups which call themselves "green" but which have contempt for nature are being excessively vocal in Cambridge, and they stink of connection to the destructive nine city councilors. They brag of fancy light bulbs but have contempt for any objections to destruction of trees, wetlands, animals and animal habitat. But they love to call themselves "green."