“Without a Song”

Master of winged creaturesI went to the Renaissance Faire yesterday. One of the attractions I look forward to seeing is the Faconry Master and his large raptors.
Fortunately, some of those raptors are coming back…..coming back from near extinction from our lands.
Not just the powerful raptors need protection……up to 70% of our little songbirds are in danger and their numbers are depleting.
What can we do…..
Most of us think of our yard as the home of these visitors…..
But songbirds travel migration routes that cover vast areas of the country….
They need safe, protected places to stop and rest and restore nourishment.
While we can control what toxic chemicals we place on our own yards, we must see that these migration routes are kept as pristine and uncluttered by development and chemical markings as possible.
What would the morning be without the twitters and chirps of birds outside our window?
No twitter on an electronic device will ever replace what first twitters this world gave us to enjoy……
Help support causes that keep our marshes, waterways, migration routes safe….so the birds can come back to our yards and sing their songs……….
Namaste,
Shirl

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About sknobloch

I am an Author, Artist, and Reiki Master and Intuitive Counselor, offering energy and guidance sessions on people and beloved pet companions. I divide my time between a Northern NJ suburb of Manhattan and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. I enjoy pursuing paranormal explorations in this uniquely haunted town. Read more about me at www.briarrosereiki.com and http://shirlknoblochwillowfineartprintsandphotography.zenfolio.com/ All writings and photos © Shirl Knobloch.......no unauthorized copying or use permitted without written permission from the author and photographer, Shirl Knobloch.
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