I love owls, and all kinds of other fowl. There is a park in Jackson, TN called Cyprus Cove which houses several wild birds who were injured and unable to return to the wild. Included are an eagle (can’t remember if it’s bald or golden), Baker’s Hawks, Cooper Hawks, Red-tailed Hawks, and a few different types of owls. There is no entry fee to this park and the wooden plank walkways meander across marshland in different directions, culminating at a juncture with a lookout tower. Another fork leads back to the parking lot. Hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
If you love wildlife and are interested in conservation, please read this entire article/post. Some of the photos are unavailable but the information regarding the decimation of the animal’s population is logged and documented. Please save our wildlife and the baby humans in embryo and beyond. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
Global wildlife populations will decline by 67% by 2020 unless urgent action is taken to reduce human impact on species and ecosystems, warns the biennial Living Planet Index report from WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) and ZSL (Zoological Society of London). From elephants to eels, here are some of the wildlife populations most affected by human activity.
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I told you there would be more. Some of these creatures are unknown and therefore unidentifiable to me, but they are all interesting. Proof that God has a sense of humor. Look what He did with our personalities as people! Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
Photographer Tim Flach has found that over the years his work has become increasingly focused upon animals. He captures a wide range of species but his style is always distinctive. He is particularly interested in how we shape an animals image, whether that be through genetic modification or just the symbolism and meaning a particular animal holds to us.
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Calling all wildlife lovers: Don’t you just love these photos of real people with live animals who have been well cared for, yet apparently left in a real habitat setting? I’ll be reblogging other posts with other animals from my favorite site: https://alk3r.wordpress.com