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  1. Read my 14 March ’15 blog. I want to collect some inspiring stories regarding the love which children have for wildlife! I am beginning especially with marine life as depicted in my poem.As I believe the more people who are in the ministry for environmental affairs who had love for wildlife in their childhood the more the summit decisions will sway in favor of environmental interest!

    Read my APRIL 13 2016 ABOUT comment below.
    Refer;Also read my blog of 1 September 2015.

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    1. The last round of UN climate talks concluded today. Is it taboo for politics to even mention climate change and wildlife with a conservation point of view. If politics goes green it will lift underprivileged nations out of their poverty line with active support;from green workers all over the globe! 24 Oct. 2015.

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      1. Children love camping. The name of Grant Kaye will motivate them to camp under beautiful starry skies! As Grant is a photographer and starry skies his specialty!

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    2. An Ecological Question.

      I want a huge database for globally found animal species. I believe those species which may be exactly the same scattered in different parts of the globe but their ecological structure may differ variably. It is the pattern of this structure which I seek from region to region for the same species. The insects in their lives, the trees in their lives, the temperature, the soil composition, the birds, the other animals, the human forest dwellers affecting their lives and such other biological nouns and pronouns. I just want to pick an ecological theme from this huge database and compare at whim, 2 or more species differing only in their location! Is it too much to ask in this Millenium? Remember when we were sailing into this millennium we were expecting too much from it! Especially issues concerning Panacea for our Most Modern Post millennial lifestyle!

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    3. Read my today’ s blog about Jane Goodall the great biologist. I am convinced that a good,huge number of children love Wildlife. Take their interview and ask them when they grow up and become top people in political organisations, wlll they support the wildlife cause? I am sure those who fight for the wildlife cause in the present summit conferences must be passionately loving wildlife when they were young children. My hypothesis is always be a source of inspiration to all children in matters about wildlife, especially now adays when we need more and more folk to understand the ecosystem on which hangs the fate of every wild animal; to be or not to be EXTINCT! This inspiring them will positively result in all future’s summits be a success story for Conservation of wildlife. Of this I am optimistic, very much so.

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  2. http://www.wildhelpers.com/wildlife-for-kids.html Do you realize zoos are in urban surrounds. Yet they are filled with fine specimens of wildlife.That is all the urbanite kids get to see of wildlife.The animals themselves.Which is a good thing.However can you imagine how lucky those children are who grow up in or near wildlife places or sanctuaries! Those who have access to forests,coastal areas, river and seas, and see the great animal biodiversity themselves.They are the ones who are thrilled with the wildlife Great outdoors.All children love animals, pets, wild animals and the natural places they are found.If their pets die or if a wild animal they love becomes extinct the intensity of desperate sorrow is the same.In their hearts is a small vow that they will save animals.They will always be young at heart! Amen.

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  3. I am just curious to know how many people who are causing setbacks in World summits for Climate action; are concerned about ecology and love wildlife enough to prevent the same from dissapearing with the melting ice floes due to global warming? How can they see the signatures of going,going, gone at the pole so-heartlessly!

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  4. About my blog of July 15 2015. That was about Thomas Marent. I really feel thankful about the hundreds of beautiful beaches all over the globe. They attract thousands of tourists and yet stay at a safe level even at micro levels from pollution! They make such exquisite pictures that give a ray of hope to internet viewers.Those depressingly bogged and smogged viewers whose favorite spots and beaches are dangerously polluted, black with sulfides and smells.No one would like to see their photographs!

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  5. I was so impressed by the interview of George Schaller by John Mitchell, that I must share on my About page! Right in the beginning there is the question, When did you first become interested in the natural world? He answers, As a kid, I collected lizards and snakes and kept opossums, and I liked to roam around the woods watching birds. But it wasn’t until I got to the University of Alaska in the early 1950s that I discovered how a boyhood pastime could become a legitimate adult profession. So what I’m basically doing now is continuing what I have done as far back as I can remember. feature voices ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0610/voices

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  6. Roy Chapman Andrews January 26 1884 to Mars. 11 1960.
    An American explorer,adventurer and naturalist, he became the director of the American Museum of Natural History. His expeditions to Mongolia brought the first known fossil dinosaur eggs to the museum. As a child, he explored forests, fields,and waters nearby, developing marksmanship skills. He taught himself ta xiderm y and used funds from his hobby to pay tuitions to Beloit College.

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  7. Ray Mears. MASS EXTINCTION. It is not enough to be aware. Or love Wildlife. The problem is too great,too sudden for just that. Each of you , who love telly set wildlife shows Just see to it that Paris Summit Climate action, against climate change does Not Fail. Remember leaders come and leaders go, but Paris agreements can go on forever ,if you make them!

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  8. https://www.mhpbooks.com/on-sale-today-the-island-that-disappeared/
    I feel the smaller the island there should be limits imposed on it. There should not be industries and factories. There should be no sky scrappers! There should be a small network of roads no big wide concrete roads. Only small family cars be allowed. Walking and biking must be encouraged. Co generation with renewables doubly encouraged. Keep the island waste recycled! All this to keep the idyllic picture of the island Picturesque!!!!Prosperous the islanders will be with tourism and homely hotels! Wildlife lovers will love the unique species!!

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  9. I read this.
    https://harryswildlife.wordpress.com/

    It read like a dream. The slim tornado of butterflies ‘rocket”up the hillside. One of them relaxing on a plant,allowing full view! Thankfully an exception. Why do they? Another day, and a few of some more pretty species giving the camera an exquisitely tough time, changing their angles at the eleventh hour and making the most awkward elusive positions! Butterflies are so symmetrical with most beautiful colours and patterns one would not expect them to give you the impression that they could look coy, pert or even cute sometimes. But that is what comes from Style. And style can make you give “looks! So style’ is sheer geometry of elusive angles in the experience of photographing!! This is my conclusion.

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  10. https://www.hbs.edu/environment/about/Pages/profile-details.aspx?profile=croberts “Since I was a little kid, I’ve loved Nature”, says Carter Roberts.”The more time I spend with the biggest businesses on earth,”says Roberts, “The more clearly I see the degree to which humanity depends on Nature.”
    “Nature feeds our children,it puts a roof over our heads, and stabilizes climate. If we screw it up, we put ourselves at risk.”
    Roberts contends that great business leaders can lend a long term perspective to discussions
    That might otherwise follow the short term cycles of politics. Roberts cites the growing scarcity of natural resources-which destabilizes supply chains and stirs up geopolitical conflict.
    No matter what route an MBA student chooses Roberts offers the same advice-“The most essential skill is being able to bridge all three sectors….
    He also encourages MBAs to,” always talk about the issues you care about.

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  11. Daniel Schneider
    @BiologistDan I love his tweets on @Twitter. He is not a voice in the wilderness! His message is all about Conservation and goes straight to the heart! When he shouts about saving animals from extinction you will feel you are standing on the cliff’ s edge which is giving way! Won’ t you feel the exquisite urgency of balancing yourself??!! That’ s it! DO Something!! Quick.

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  12. Zimbio.
    “We
    need to raise awareness- especially among other young people-of the crisis facing orangutans. We need to get more kids involved! When we all work together,we are much stronger than when we try to do everything ourselves.”
    His passion for orangutans traces back to his childhood;some of his fondest memories include spending afternoons with a lonely orangutan named Moe to keep it company.
    He is one of the world’s foremost experts on orangutans.

    Through Richard’s leadership, “Orangutan Outreach” has connected with numerous local organizations and helped them find success.

    Zimbio. http://www.thextraordinary.org/richard-zimmerman

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  13. Edward Paul Abbey. Writer. Conservation
    Edward Paul Abbey Writer, conservation.
    Eight months before his eighteenth birday,Abbey decided to explore southwest America! He set out on foot to do so. During this trip he fell in love with the desert country. In the 50′ s he worked as a seasonal ranger in the US National Park service in Utah. During this time he was inspired to write his first non fiction work Desert Solitaire. In this he wrote against “Industrial tourism and the resulting developments in the national parks(parking lots! And against the dam. This book was recognized as a staple of early environmentalist writing. This book has vivid description of the beauty of the desert and its flora and Fauna. He is extremely sensitive and critical about the delicate balance of ecology. The beautiful wild animals declining due to the lifestyle of human beings their policies and practices. Thus bringing about an increase in deer and rabbit population the latter seeming quite pesky! He wonders why the natural monuments like ocean S are mythologised and extolled more than deserts? Abbey makes statements that connect humanity to nature as a whole! He suggests man needs nature to sustain humanity.
    To me Edward Abbey seems like someone totally in love with the totality of nature! He wants others to feel the same deep and electrifying sensing of the magnitude of nature’ s phenomena. The intense colours , stillness, quietness solitude of deserts. The hush of a star filled sky. The cycles of seasons. The lifting of the spirit! The exhilaration of the senses with scents and extreme temperatures! The physical which Nature scenario demands leave your motor car in the demolition derby and enjoy Nature as it makes you sit on a vantage view rock, or lie down under the dense shade of a tree, or walk through its multilayer ed leafy forests, or run through its vast free spaces! And cry and seek shelter when the sun and heat beat down upon you making you feel vulnerable and helpless. Cities and buildings Will reduce to rubbish but wilderness even that of the desert will always be there. Nature surrounds cities, and civilizations. Nature keeps making changes but it will always be there!

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  14. .Biologist.
    https://en.m.wiki.pedia.org/wiki/Richard_D._Alexander

    Richard D. Alexander
    He was a professor at the University of Michigan. He was interested in Evolution and behaviour. He prepared lectures including many a times interesting and provocative ideas from his students and colleagues! His courses were very popular and frequently attended by visiting students from other faculties many from social sciences.
    He was the author of many scholarly books. He wrote for children too. The names of which are; The Red Fox and Johnny Valentine’s Blue -Speckled Hound. Wood Lane Farm Books. Thumping on the trees. Wood Lane Farm books.
    What I like most is, that he was a biologist and he loved animals and Nature with all his heart! He shared his love with all, especially colleagues, friends, children and the readers of his articles and his fascinating books!

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  15. The great biologists
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Beebe

    William Beebe was a naturalist, ornithologist, entomologist, explorer and author. He is known for his deep dives in the ocean in bathysphere!
    Early in his life his family moved to East Orange NJ. Where he became fascinated by Nature and acquired the precious habit of recording everything he saw! During his high school years he started collecting animals. He trained himself in taxidermy. His first article was published during his high school years, about a bird called the Brown Creeper!
    In 1906 he wrote a book. This marked the turning point in his life. In contrast to his fascination with adding animals to his collection, he began to emphasize the importance of wildlife Conservation! Regarding the killing of animals for the sole purpose of collecting, the book states; “And the next time you raise your gun to needlessly take a feathered life, think of the marvellous little engine which your lead rifle will stifle forever; Lower your weapon and look into the clear bright eyes of the bird whose body equals yours in physical perfection, and whose tiny brain can generate a sympathy, a love for its mate, which in sincerity and unselfishness suffers little when compared with human affection.
    In his final years in Trinidad, local children periodically brought animal specimens to Beebe and asked him to classify them. Remembering the early studies of his own childhood, in which he had brought specimens to the American Museum of Natural History, he was happy working with them.

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  16. For the New year, points to ponder- No roads through wildlife sanctuaries? Beat back field and farms, and urban encroachments from the forests. Stop illegal wildlife trade at all levels! Encourage sustainable certified forest products! Encourage good zoos, all out, support them, reward them!

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