I met Dr. Eduardo Corona at a recent University of Texas Urban Bird Project presentation in San Antonio, Texas. Corona shared his work on “Birds and their biocultural role in Mesoamerica.” Dr. Corona is an archeologist and researcher at the Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (INAH) in Mexico and a distinguished member of Mexico’s […]
Clipping a bird’s wings can cause physical and psychological damage to the bird, depriving it of flying, which is what birds are born to do. Migratory birds may have felt this as they were not allowed to land in the San Antonio River this year to eat or drink, or even to land in a […]
As if Endangered Species or any species for that matter could cover their ears, hiding. But after twenty months of “Bangs” and “Booms,” within hearing range of Endangered species, it appears there will be no relief anytime soon! With several Threatened species that have been observed in the area also facing the same assault. Many of […]
Birdwatching is more than just a leisurely hobby; it is a profound and meaningful way to connect with nature. Beyond the joy of spotting colorful plumage and hearing melodious songs, birdwatchers play a vital role in wildlife conservation. In this article, we’ll explore the significant impact that birdwatchers have on the world of conservation and […]
I imagine a world for mantas like I. A world free from worry as the days drift by. Safe Clear clean waters in which we can all ply our trades in the daily marine parade. Our ocean is not a garbage can. Are you out there listening, species man.
I am a red panda I live in Himalayan terrains I eat greens Blossoms and fruit But my favorite of all Are bamboo shoots Poachers are after us Our habitats shrinking Humans wake up and start thinking Once we are all gone there is Nothing we can do You need to save us… Will you?