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Red sky at morning…

red sunrise

… sailors take warning. Red sky at night, sailors’ delight. Dating back to biblical times, this ancient rhyme was upheld both by mariners and shepherds as sound Jewish wisdom. Although not entirely accurate, for the most part, mariners could and can broadly forecast using this rhyme. If the morning skies are of an orange-red glow, Red sky at morning…

Canadian Geese Migration

Capable of covering over 680 miles in a day, and averaging 54 days of migration flight.  These magnificent aviators travel incredible distances each season for purposes of breeding and securing food. They then return to their exact place of birth. You wouldn’t think so these days however, these species of geese were actually going extinct Canadian Geese Migration

Advection Fog

0800 | Saturday, August 21st, 2022 Out of all the weather conditions that a mariner can encounter, I’d be willing to bet that there’s the unanimous consensus of fog being high on the list. Caused by relatively warm, moist air flowing over a colder surface, advection fog can seem to appear out of nowhere – Advection Fog

The Degrees of Hypothermia

degrees of hypothermia

0600 | Wednesday, June 8th, 2022   They call hypothermia the sneakiest danger you’ll face in nature – in every season. Thought it’s not the most common thing that comes to mind however, every year many boaters suddenly fall victim to hypothermia when they least expect – and you don’t need to jump into artic The Degrees of Hypothermia