Reach out and touch someone…

We're so lucky to be surrounded by amazing animals and all the mystery they offer us. "Would you be curious and excited if, out on a walk near your home, you came face-to-face with a young owl, not yet a confident flyer? Mountain gorilla Rafiki, at age 11, certainly was — as we see in... Continue Reading →


Every morning I leave food for a murder of Crows outside a coffee shop I frequent. At daybreak they're looking for me to step away from my coffee and lay out breakfast for them. I am happy to oblige.  

An Amazing story – Brain surgery

 By OLIVER FRANKLIN-WALLIS - Wired Magazine -11 Nov ’17 The remarkable story of the world's first brain surgery... on a bear “Pizzi has operated on thousands of wild animals, in the wildest conditions. What he's learned has lessons for innovation – and the planet.” In 2012, the conservation charity Free The Bears approached Romain Pizzi... Continue Reading →

If Bears could read…

In the Seattle suburbs we're witnessing the encroachment into bear country by a growing population and ever spreading development. Plenty of people moving into the area know little about bears or how to co-exist with them. Since becoming involved with the project to augment the Grizzly population in the Cascade Mountain range I've become familiar... Continue Reading →

No Elephant Trophies – For the moment…

Ashley Parker is a White House reporter for The Washington Post. “President Trump abruptly reversed his administration’s Thursday decision to allow elephants shot for sport in Zimbabwe and Zambia to be imported back to the United States as trophies, saying in a tweet Friday night that he was putting the decision “on hold” until further... Continue Reading →

Costa Rico bans sport hunting

  So often we are smothered with bad news about the American environment and the animals that share it with us. This story out of Costa Rico helps soften the harsh decision to allow  hunting trophies to be brought into the United States. It seems that America is being left behind by countries that see... Continue Reading →

Washington Wolves – 2016

The following info from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is offered to all of you interested in whats happening with our Washington state Wolf packs. The map will give you a good idea of where our Wolf pals hang out. I've been fortunate to see Wolves in the wild. My hope is we... Continue Reading →

Lions. Before you go to sleep tonight…

Please, before you go to sleep tonight, think of ways you can reach out and help all the creatures out there-----humans as well. 
Lions. “African Lionesses, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya: Lions are the only truly social cats; the females and offspring reside together in prides. Typically hunting in groups, the lionesses prey mostly on... Continue Reading →

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