Friday April 29, 2011
I couldn’t let this day go by without a nod to my amphibian friends (after all, raganella means tree frog in Italian). You might have heard that amphibian species are in trouble worldwide. Their numbers are
Thursday February 11, 2010
Beautiful country, lovely people, good food, clean water, gorgeous beaches, lush forests, diverse wildlife – what more does one need? That’s the question I kept asking myself throughout the trip and upon my return. The Ticos
Wednesday December 9, 2009
Climate change is one of the biggest threats to wildlife. Please call your Senators at 1-800-217-7379 and ask them to support climate legislation on behalf of those who cannot call themselves.
Thursday April 9, 2009
Last night I got home and there was a big fat goose egg on the display of the cable box. Didn’t bother me any ’cause I haven’t turned the TV on since my boyfriend’s been in
Thursday April 9, 2009
I feel all abuzz and I’m going to thank the lovefast for it.
I’m also feeling buzzed ’cause the bees in NYC are getting some new attention. I’ve mentioned before that beekeeping is illegal in this crazy
Wednesday February 18, 2009
Things are not looking up for our feathered, finned, and furry friends. Climate change, overfishing, and pollution are posing a threat to these magnificent creatures. But you can do something to help. Get involved. All it
Monday January 12, 2009
Be fish savvy with Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch
I’ve been carrying around this little Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch card for a few years now. It tells me which fish are okay to eat, whether they’re
Tuesday December 16, 2008
You can help stop Bush’s last minute attempts to destroy habitat critical to the survival of endangered species.
Donate to the Center for Biological Diversity to help them meet their goal for a grant that will aid
Monday December 15, 2008
Q. What do cows, goats, and bees have in common?
A. None of them can be legally kept in NYC.
But you can help change that — for the bees at least. How? By signing the petition to
Sunday November 30, 2008
When I saw the posters outside of the Australia Museum for the exhibit “Surviving Australia,” I thought maybe it was an exhibit about how humans survived all of the deadly creatures on this isolated continent, once