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Wordless Wednesday: lessons from nature | June 24/20

Lessons from nature. All tigers are tigers, they get that. Lessons for humans.  

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Wildlife Wednesday: Shining a light on endangered animals around the world | Mar 4/20

Yesterday, March 3, was World Wildlife Day. It seems only appropriate to continue Robby Robin’s celebration of the animal kingdom on Wildlife Wednesdays by spending some time getting to know the animal species on our planet whose very existence is … Continue reading

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Northern India: amazing and overwhelming

How do you write about a place when the only word that comes to mind is “overwhelming”?  If something is overwhelming in the true sense of the word, how do you get past it?  These are the questions I’m grappling … Continue reading

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Tiger sightings may be a thing of the past – let’s hope not

“We’ve never spotted seven tigers in one day before,” proclaimed the excited guide in our open-topped viewing vehicle.  He may have been exaggerating for our benefit (and his tip), but the exhilaration of that day is nearly as fresh in … Continue reading

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