Category Archives: Animal Migration

Does your dog wait for you (their owner) to come home? – An experiment

Please participate! An experiment to see how dogs respond to their owners. Does your dog wait for you (their owner) to come home? If this is your case please participate in this experiment. Introduction Rupert Sheldrake is a hero of ours … Continue reading

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Animals finding their way home

One of our board members, Antonio Nafarrate, has brought this intriguing piece of news to our attention - snakes in the Everglades can find their way home. As we have always said, there is something going on with animals who find … Continue reading

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Interaction between man and dolphins, written by Dante

Intro >> Here is a lovely quote about the interaction between man and dolphins written by Dante in his Divine Comedy written in Italy in the early part of the 14th Century. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Comedy for more. In Canto 22  (in translation from the original) … Continue reading

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How do dogs relate to their owners?

Intro>> Here is a little story which asks how dogs relate to their owners.  If when you read this you have opinions we would very much like to hear them and perhaps publish them. ———— A few years ago the … Continue reading

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An interview with an older Sami Olle

>>>>intro>>>  I think that the indigenous peoples have a lot to teach us about navigation as it is probable that they have not lost the art of navigation without modern aids and perhaps they can describe how they find their … Continue reading

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The Common Toad: Bufo, bufo.bufo

Observations from the “Observer’s book of British wild animals” first published in 1938. It was compiled by W.J.Stoke. “I found this piece fascinating as it describes the navigational skills of Toads.  There are also other works that suggests that Newts … Continue reading

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Understanding the Sami people and how they navigated by our Deputy Editor Kerstin Williams

Editor’s comments: Please find this extract talking about the Sami, the ancient aborigine people of Northern Sweden, Finland etc.  We have sometimes called them Lapps see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sami_people This extract comes from a book about the ancient lifestyle of these people and has been translated … Continue reading

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