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Hi Sandy! I have seen and commented on those great posts – love that alligator call. It sounds strangely like a bird chirping.
Ian, thank you. Wolves in the wild – captive and bred wolves – they each have a separate set of issues centering around human activity. The rescue and wildlife organizations do a tremendous job, but we are slow to learn.
Thanks for this special response, Pen. People seem stunned to hear about this problem. It’s one of the many things that couldn’t continue if laid out in the light of day.
Great posts – Educating humans to the wonder of wildlife is a noble cause. PS I’ve got some great wildlife pics and clips on my last few posts – baby night herons, manatees, and alligator calling.
Very informative, Monica, the pictures are moving and the story on WOLF, is really a good insight on how the wolves are cared for to save them from certain death.
Cry and Laugh, Monica, So true your words. We must of course acknowledge the problem, or not be able to live with ourselves. Many thanks for your hardhitting and caring blog my friend. xPenx
Absolutely, it’s a 2-way process, isn’t it! 🙂 Thanks for reminding me. 🙂
Thank you, Andro – hope yours is very fine, too
Have a lovely evening Monica 🙂 🙂
Thank you, dear Andro, for your welcome visit and comment.
Rescue and be rescued!
Danke sehr, liebe Freundin
Sehr guter Bericht die armen Tiere tun mir Leid.Wünsche einen schönen Tag und gute Woche.Gruß und Freundschaft.Gislinde
This is a very interesting piece of writing Monica 🙂
Have a lovely evening and equally a delightful Tuesday 🙂