We need to preserve the last areas of wilderness on the planet, here are 12 reasons why
Getting ready for a day sketching up what biodiversity is and why it matters together with 300 experts
When short term solutions destroy long term benefits
Painting turtles in watercolor Text and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt Endangered Sea turtles, Leatherbacks are endangered, I spent today doing sketches of these amazing animals
Sketching up birds, mammals and fish from along the coastal trails Text and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org Here are the bird, fish and mammal watercolors from the last few days: (Alternative: Click on one of the watercolors to see them all as slides instead )
Study of wildlife along the coastal trails Text and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt. Hiking.org The Grey Seal is a huge sea predator, living along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the Baltic Sea and other places. The grey seal can reach up to 3.3 m. in length and weight over 300 Kg. (same as four men)
Inside vs outside
Watching frogs can be part of a great hiking experience Text and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt
Walking along rivers and streams, hikers can secure and care for local biodiversity
Re-connecting to nature by relating to it through hiking
Learning from the Food is Free movement
Connecting hiking trails across roads for hikers and wildlife
Helping biodiversity, locals and hikers at the same time by making the trails edible
Can we help the environment, through the use of smart technology, when out hiking?
Should hikers become more active caretakers of nature?
Sketches and ideas for off-shore biodiversity wind-turbines to charge off-grid shelters for hikers