Polar Bears Spar

These two polar bears spar in the willows on the shores of the Hudson Bay. The bears will spend the winter out on the ice hunting ringed seals. Prior to the ice forming, large male polar bears gather near Churchill, Canada. The Hudson Bay freezes faster in this area, allowing them to get on the ice and start their winter hunts. by J. Michael Darter

These two polar bears spar in the willows on the shores of the Hudson Bay. The bears will spend the winter out on the ice hunting ringed seals. Prior to the ice forming, large male polar bears gather near Churchill, Canada. The Hudson Bay freezes faster in this area, allowing them to get on the ice and start their winter hunts. by J. Michael Darter

 

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Goals in life may seem far

We need another and a wiser and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals. In a world older and more complete than ours, they are more finished and complete, gifted with extensions of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear. They are not brethren, they are not underlings; they are other Nations, caught with ourselves in the net of life and time, fellow prisoners of the splendour and travail of the earth.
~ Henry Beston

 

Ross Cuper Photography “Goals in life may seem far, however it depends on how you approach them. This young elephant calf was deserted and adopted by another female elephant. They were not with a herd, as the calf was unable to walk for long distances due to what appeared to be poor development in its back legs. With limited walking abilities the calf maintained its goal of survival and continued to follow the adopted mother.”

A Mothers Care

From the earliest stages of growth, we are completely dependent upon our mothers care and it very important for us that she express her love. If children do not receive proper affection, in later life they will often find it hard to love others.

Expressions - priceless

Expressions – priceless

 

Dian Fossey used her entire life savings (and a bank loan) to fund her first trip to Africa in 1963. After her trip, she was determined to return to Africa to study mountain gorillas. Despite the many challenges, Fossey dedicated her life to protecting these endangered creatures and paved the way for many future conservationists. Help continue her legacy by becoming a member today.

Nature Natural Order

On the 9th of this month Cape Lookout National Seashore off the Crystal Coast of North Carolina as many as a hundred sharks went into a feeding frenzy over a school of blue fish while seagulls and pelicans flew overhead close to the beach, a rarely seen phenomenon. The sharks are so focused on their meal that several wash up on the sand, putting their lives in danger, …..