We, the Human Race, are arrogant in thinking that
because we do not understand the language of animals,
that what they are saying is not of consequence.
Indeed, the animals are speaking to us and
for their sake and ours, we must start listening. Keep Florida Wildlife Wild and Alive~
Walking with the Alligators
A Florida Alligator
July 12, 2012
The Precious Gift Of Life Is Not Always An Organ
Two American women who passed on in the 1990's,
left behind a great deal of their money to make sure
The generous financial gifts from Lurae Brinkerhoff of Wyoming and Elizabeth Overton of Colorado, were used
to secure more land for the critically Endangered Whooping Crane, whose American living spaces have been disappearing for years.
As a "Designated Organ Donor" all of my life, I feel that each of us, in whatever way we are able, has a personal responsibility or moral obligation, to protect and care for those who cannot do it for themselves.
Human and/or Animal.
So, in lieu of any great financial bequest, my donation, for as much time as I have here, will always be to speak for those with no voice.