In Time of Disaster: #LookUp
“I’m going to nature to be soothed, healed and have my senses put so as.”
– John Burroughs
Whereas it may be straightforward to really feel overwhelmed in these difficult instances, we encourage you to search out solace in nature. A standard thread unites our group: a deep love of birds and an appreciation for the pure world. A easy stroll exterior, a deep breath, and the surprising sound of a hen’s track can calm strained nerves in instances of stress. Each hen we rescue and launch renews our hope – its resilience is a second likelihood. At instances like this, birds can provide us a purpose to maintain trying up.
As we navigate unsure instances collectively, Chook Rescue will share hen photographs and tales that give us hope and resolve to face an unsure future. We invite you to share your tales, images and causes to maintain trying up within the feedback and publish images on social media of your view trying up and tag us @IntBirdRescue with the hashtag #LookUp. Collectively we are able to encourage others to behave in direction of steadiness with the pure world even in instances of uncertainty.
Keep in mind to #LookUp.
Brown Pelican stretch, photograph by Alan Murphy, Photographers in Focus
Child American Coot, photograph by Invoice Steinkamp, Photographers in Focus
Cattle Egret, photograph by Sara Silver, Photographers in Focus
Child Mallard checking our a dragonfly, photograph by Kim Taylor, Photographers in Focus
Black-necked Stilts, photograph by Ingrid Taylar, Photographers in Focus
African Penguins launched after cleaned of oil Treasure Oil Spill, 200. Picture by Jon Hrusa, Photographers in Focus
Clark’s Grebe swims carrying chick, photograph by Patricia Ware, Photographers in Focus
American Bittern chicks, photograph by Marie Travers, Photographers in Focus
Higher Flamingo on Lake Naivasha, Kenya. Picture by Yeray Seminario, Photographers in Focus
Snowy Egret, photograph by Kim Taylor, Photographers in Focus
Child Western Grebe, photograph by Marie Travers, Photographers in Focus
Brown Pelican in flight after launch in Southern California. Picture by Angie Trumbo – Worldwide Chook Rescue
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