It shows the carbon storage potential for various soils (based on habitats). As you can see some grasslands hold more carbon in the SOILS than woodlands. However this table shows soil storage and plant storage.
Woodpecker Damage - Electricity Pole or Telegraph Pole
Woodpeckers can and do damage wooden transmission posts such as Electricity and Telegraph Poles.
There are over two hundred species of woodpecker and two species of wrynecks worldwide. Of these, three species of woodpecker and one species of wryneck are found in the UK.
These birds cause damage to Electricity and Telegraph Poles. Just as they would with a tree trunk they use their powerful peaks to make holes.
A hole filler can be used to effect a repair. This solution repairs woodpecker damaged poles by using a filler. Used correctly it strengthens the
damaged pole, avoids expensive replacements and reduces the chances of rot developing as a
consequence of the holes. This solution can only be applied in certain scenarios based on the number,
extent and distance between holes.
This method not only help reduce work in replacing poles, but also reduces contempt for the birds as their impact is lessened proportionally.
Recently I have noticed that when I view my website on an IOS mobile device using either safari or firefox, that the font defaults to a standard font (times / times new roman) rather then the font in my CSS which is Arial.
I have seen many apparent solutions to this problem on countless forums, but lucky for you the solution is easy as pie.
arial not Arial
Simply remove the capital letter from the font name in you CSS:
And all will be well. . . . happy someday! Thorpy.
I do a lot of work in Bristol and now ans again I come across some lovely graffiti, which I have shared with you here, it is a work in progress I will post more as I find them. All images are from Google Street View.
171 Hotwells Road
"Bristol Food" this reminds me of the Mint Sauce Cartoons, painted by Joe Burt in a magazine from my youth. Love this one.