For information on hummingbirds, these are two excellent sites:
If you need help identifying unknown insects, here's a great resource:
If you're looking for an easy-to-use website builder, click here. It's what I used to design this site (my first one), and you can download a trial version for free:
For information on butterflies and butterfly gardens:
To find out more on all kinds of plants and animals:
The web page of Carl E. Moore, artist, designer, and friend::
Keep stuff out of landfills by offering things for free or accepting things for free.
You'll be amazed by what people want that you were about to throw away.
You have to register by your country or region:
A new generation of blood donors is desperately needed. In Memphis and the surrounding areas, you can donate through Lifeblood:
Elsewhere in the U.S. you can find a local American Red Cross donation center by clicking here:
Finding the truth in politics. Here's a great non-partisan website that investigates claims in political ads, speeches, etc... and sets the record straight.
(Even though the following site is about Florida butterflies, it's got lots of great information for anyone; and it's a well-organized site)
The best radio station ever -- WRLT Radio Lightning - FM100 in Nashville/Franklin, TN. You can listen to it on the Internet.
Great photos from around the planet, taken by a world-traveling friend:
And here's his world-traveling Blog:
Cancel those magazines you don't need and cut down on waste
(be patient, it takes the catalog companies a while to respond):
And another insect site that's more technical:
My mother gave my sister Kathy a surprise birthday gift: she took a story that Kathy had written years ago about a conversation with one of her kids and had it illustrated and published! It's a great children's story, and it's now available on Amazon. Check it out by clicking on the book cover.