Monday, 17 December 2012

Rinki-Dink

I think if CRT put as much effort into the canals as they do with some of their rinki-dink projects then maybe the canals will become what they should be rather than what they are.

Plant an orchard on land at Caen Hillside on the Kennet & Avon Canal
Give a vole a home along the Grand Union Canal
Give a vole a home along the Grand Union Canal's Leicester Line
Create a butterfly highway at Fenny Compton
Give a newt a home on the Grand Union Canal
Create a wildlife habitat in Coney Meadow on the Droitwich Canals
Give a vole a home along the Kennet & Avon Canal
Create a community art project in Birmingham's Heartlands Linear Park
Create a wildlife haven on the River Severn
Create an accessible viewing platform for the spectacular Iron Trunk Aqueduct

I get the impression that our native voles are too stupid to find their own homes.

5 comments:

Ian said...

Hello,
Got loads of voles down here on the Stort...my cats bring several home a month.

Dave Bradshaw said...

Congratulations on your well deserved award
The 2012 Herbie Special Award for Caring Enough to Do Something
Well done

Malcolm said...

Hi Maffi
Are you making these up?
Regards
Malcolm

Maffi said...

No its on their website. I dont need to make them up they do OK on thier own.

Malcolm said...

Hi Maffi

Yep, truth is often stranger than fiction.

I suspect suggesting newts are more intelligent than voles will have upset some lefty, pc, be nice to all our furry friends, voles have feelings too organisation.

WTF is a butterfly highway and how would the butterflies know they should use it? Butterfly traffic lights perhaps?

Call me a cynic, but a community art project sounds like authorised graffiti to me.

Regards

Malcolm