Beneath the waters Beings work and play The reef sustains them Every day. But reefs are shrinking Habitats die We can fix this We just have to try. Feel the magic of The colors that sway The beauty of our corals Must never go away.
May 28th is Whooping Crane Day
Today we celebrate this amazing bird Which makes birdie noises Like you’ve never heard One of the oldest bird species and endangered, too Their future uncertain… It is up to you!
May 8th is World Donkey Day
Do not judge us We are not you We do what donkey Were born to do We are not stubborn We do not like being used We are not tools of man To be beaten or abused If you want us to help you Be kind with your request We will gladly oblige If you […]
April 16 is Save the Elephant Day
How blessed we are to be on the same planet as the magnificent , regal, highly evolved, sensitive, magical being known as the elephant. We as a species would be far more relevant If we aspired to be more like The elephant ❤️🐘 Words cannot express what a gift they are In the silence of […]
April 4th is world rat day
Happy world rat day April 4th We are clever We are smart If you get to know us We will capture your Hearts
San Antonio Bird City Hired a Killer to Manage a Nursery
The City of San Antonio (COSA) hired a “killer” to manage a nursery – aka a rookery. A rookery is a colony of breeding animals, generally gregarious birds. In fact The City of San Antonio hired the USDA’s Wildlife Services to “manage” the waterbirds that migrate each year to the city to breed. USDA’s Wildlife […]
Assault on San Antonio’s Waterbirds continues as Audubon Turns their back on the birds.
According to Wikipedia: The National Audubon Society is an American non-profit environmental organization dedicated to conservation of birds and their habitats. So, why does it appear that San Antonio’s local Audubon has distanced themselves from “defending” the birds along with their habitats? Is San Antonio Not Big Enough for a Rookery? The Great Egret-the symbol […]