Friday, May 16, 2008

Photos from Phil Barber

Bob La Trémouille reports:

Phil Barber was kind enough to pass on these photos.

The brood of four is clearly larger now. They are beautiful. Their parents are showing them to the world and showing the world to them.

I saw the bunny in that portion of the upper meadow which was not destroyed last week.

These are what Massachusetts' Department of Conservation and Recreation and the City of Cambridge are aggressively destroying on the Charles River, as much as they can get away with.

Cambridge destroys wildlife pretty much as it finds it.

Another very aggressive area of Cambridge destruction is Fresh Pond where massive habitat destruction has now been ongoing for two years. Destruction of thousands of trees is slated along with associated habitat. Those healthy trees and animal habitat are in the way of saplings.

But Cambridge does love to put out nonsense about being pro-environment. The false words appease responsible members of their constituency who make the mistake of thinking they are telling the truth. When dealing with claims which impact the environment that only Cambridge can destroy, claims about behaving responsibly are belied by strikingly irresponsible behavior, on a large scale.

Thank you Phil.

I wish Cambridge, MA had a government which bore meaningful resemblance to the government's lovely words.


I separate sent the first two by email to various friends. I got rave reviews which I passed on to Phil.

Phil responding by passing on the following shot from last winter.

I think it is an oppossum. These are lovely beings who are still struggling and surviving in spite of aggressive destructive actions by some truly reprehensible pols and bureaucrats.

Diversity was heavily and deliberately destroyed by these bastards with their self-serving lies and hypocrisies.

Karen responds with regard to the oppossum:

I have some of them in my yard and they are cute.