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Ephemeral Peace ~ Some thoughts inspired by Cornell Lab’s post on the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

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This video is a gift. Educating each other about the greater connections ecosystems are woven into seems relevant. I am not confident though that the human condition can be altered enough to change the story of demise so many species experience by our hand. I might like to read up on some of the latest big picture ideas science offers of how we are headed into our own demise by our own hand. There won’t be headlines anymore when humans get down to 100 breeding pairs.

The rest of Cornell’s post on The Spoon-billed Sandpiper.
http://www.birds.cornell.edu/Page.aspx?pid=2528

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Author: Kestrel

Kestrel identifies as a naturalist, Yosemite Interpreter, guide, outdoor educator, science teacher, friend, music lover, auntie extraordinaire, adventurer for birds, and fellow sojourner on this big blue marble. Out there she strives to live life most generously and satisfyingly. Here she endeavors to share what rolls around the heart and grey matter...

One thought on “Ephemeral Peace ~ Some thoughts inspired by Cornell Lab’s post on the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

  1. Kestrel-
    Thank you for connecting me to this wonderful bird. Little bird, big life story. I fell in love with it, its family and the life it leads in the Arctic. WIth so many humans on this planet, it seems to me this little bird needs a spokesperson. In our every endeavor, we must consider our fellow beings well being.
    I will continue to tell this bird’s story.
    Love, Nancy B