I wrote this review about Jane Goodall many years ago, but it still rings true.
This article about the irrational emotions surrounding animals we prepare for table is really interesting.
Science Daily reports the vast majority of Americans support the Endangered Species Act despite increasing efforts to curtail it: Political and business interests don’t appear to align with the public’s view. Roughly four out of five Americans support the Endangered Species Act, and only one in 10 oppose it, found a survey of 1,287 Americans. Support has remained […]via Vast majority Of Americans Support Endangered Species Act — Natural History Wanderings
Dogs are not wild animals. But what if they had to be? Would they latch onto the first human that came along? Probably. At least that’s what Wes Anderson hypothesizes in his latest film, Isle […]
A thousand years from now, when aliens finally discover the husk of our planet, these are the things they will know about us from our garbage. The wedding dress The most important artifact in a […]
If you’ve ever waged a one-person war on disposable cups, you know how frustrating and lonely it can be. Around twenty years ago, when I was trying for zero waste, I bought a rather expensive […]
Cats were bred to be our companions. A cat who lives all his life without attaching to a human is not fulfilling his biological destiny.
Nonprofit organizations often do not know how to properly market their events and programs. Animal Rights Channel publisher Lynn Hamilton has developed a form to help nonprofits articulate their intentions in advance of soliciting media […]
I’m sixty. But I have a baby. A twelve-week-old Siberian husky named Finn. He’s the last baby I’ll ever have. “When we’re seventy, we’re going to adopt old dogs,” I told my husband. “The ones […]
From Alexandra Horowitz’s “Being a Dog” A breath is not a sniff. When someone sniffs, he is deliberately pulling in air at a rate much faster than breathing. The length of a dog’s sniff has […]