Another day, draws to a close, mid, Pacific. Drowsy, resting, roused, there it was! (Tap/click to enlarge). Cheers to you from the tiny green sun~Green Flash Over Molika’i/Oahu~ —
Leimhakong, ManipurBird of the Day: Little Pied Flycatcher — Organikos
Read the story of Shero, a community dog in Chennai, India, who had an accident, and now, thanks to seven trips by the Blue Cross mobile hospital to care for him, is now back in fine form and playing again!
A world made of trees That lives its’ own sentinel life Designs and texture close up Can be smooth, papery, scales and cracks Flaky, stripes, thrones, ridged and furrowed Step back and they become The uniqueness of a forest community Where they are rooted in their homeTexture of Tuesday – 4 — antilandscaper
A course of action. If you wish to help the earth, you might do the following: Listen to a tree – or talk to a tree. If there is not tree immediately available, it could be a cloud, a rock, a bird – any aspect of the world of nature. Spend half an hour a day – or five minutes – or whatever time you have.
How will this help the earth? This will work because the basic problem which is destroying the planet we live on – is the alienation of us, as human beings, from the world of nature. Because we focus on our human interests and wishes (and sometimes genuine urgent situations that cannot be avoided), we have become alienated from nature. (When there is a real crisis that requires your attention, then come back to focusing on the tree whenever you are able to.)
In this way we will be getting back in contact with nature – and in our own way building a little bridge to connect with nature. This may be the most effective and most direct way to transform our relationship as human beings with the planet earth. And in so doing, we will be laying the groundwork for the transformation that is required. It will also have a healing effect on us – and on the tree too. And on those around us – like a pebble that lands on the water of a lake and ripples in all directions. Like the butterfly that you may have heard about who changed the course of world history by a single motion of his wings.
© Copyright Sharon St Joan, 2022
Mexican gray wolves have been reintroduced to Arizona and New Mexico over the last two decades. JIM CLARK / U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE We have been posting about rewilding for nearly a decade, and it sees fair to say that the idea has developed traction worldwide: T0GFFN Bison or Bufalo within prairie and pasture […]New World Rewilding — Organikos
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Mad Island Marsh Preserve, TXBird of the Day: Black-necked Stilt — Organikos
Many dog populations seem to have two doses of wolf genes. JOHN TIMMER – 6/29/2022, 4:43 PM https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/06/ancient-wolf-genomes-indicate-an-east-asian-origin-for-dogs/ Enlarge / An Eastern Gray Wolf is a mix of Siberian ancestry and coyote DNA.Michael Cummings 51WITH 37 POSTERS PARTICIPATING SHARE ON FACEBOOK SHARE ON TWITTER Man’s best friend was the first of many animals humans have domesticated. But there was […]Wolves survived the ice age as a single, global population — The Extinction Chronicles