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Of Polar Bears. As the Water Rises, Their Prospects Fall. You may have heard of Senator Nicole Eaton’s recent suggestion to re-designate Canada’s National Animal from the industrious Beaver to the mighty Polar Bear. It’s a cultural change with … Continue reading
When I read the latest reports on the state of our Living Earth, well, I just have to Rant! Is Humankind THAT stupid? Okay, maybe not ALL of Humankind. There’s still you, me and our loved ones isn’t there? But … Continue reading
Tick season is supposed to be over — at least here along the ragged coast of Nova Scotia. But it isn’t. We’re still finding ticks on Mocha, our German Shepherd. Those little dark ticks — the Lyme Disease carrying ones… … Continue reading
The number of species that have disappeared on Humankind’s Watch just keeps on growing. The recent announcement in Canada that the Eskimo Curlew is now “officially” extinct is just the latest. And it saddens us. Well, “sadden” doesn’t even begin … Continue reading
What is the Canadian national animal? The Polar Bear! As I’ve previously posted, there’s a movement afoot to declare the Polar Bear as our Canadian Totem animal. And I wholeheartedly agree with it. In reality an endangered species, … Continue reading
It’s more than just an emotional response — this passionate call for Animal Rights. We are all such a part of Nature. We need each other for our very physical survival — not to mention our emotional and spiritual well-being. … Continue reading
The recent story of the Zanesville animals — wild animals loose in the countryside — was a sober reminder how hopeless the lives of the wild animals of the world can be. The news story caught worldwide attention: “Terry Thompson opened … Continue reading