Category: Charles Drago
Apr 20, 2018 | 0 |
April 22 marks the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, the international environmental force with a mission “to diversify, educate, and activate the environmental movement worldwide.”
The first Earth Day, in 1970, mobilized 20 million Americans of diverse backgrounds. By 1990, after passage of the landmark Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and other groundbreaking environmental laws, Earth Day had swollen its ranks of supporters to 200 million people in 141 countries.
Today, the Earth Day Network stands as the planet’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people from 195 countries participate in Earth Day activities – the largest civic observance in history.
Mar 13, 2018 | 0 |
At first blush, the process presents as counter-intuitive. How can preservation arise from elimination? That is the question raised by opponents of hunting when they argue against the notion that hunting contributes to wildlife conservation.Read More
Nov 14, 2017 | 0 |
Right now I’m expected to tell you how “excited” I am to introduce Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle Magazine (OEL), the new, innovative Internet periodical dedicated to exploring – and, where appropriate, editorially opining on – all things of interest to the global community succinctly described in its title.Read More
Nov 1, 2017 | 0 |
The capability of self-awareness is a prime indicator of the immense capacity for thinking and intellect that exists in the elephant. Elephants can recognize themselves in a mirror.
Why do elephants have such large brains – an average mass of over 5kg? Elephants display a wide range of emotions. They display grief. They mourn their dead. They display great joy. Elephants use tools and have been observed taking actions that meet the criteria for artistic expression.
Aug 4, 2017 | 0 |
If any artist is worthy of the description sui generis, it is Russell Chatham. Renowned for his landscape oils – often of the Montana wilderness – he has developed into an extraordinarily gifted lithographer (his works often consist of as many as forty color layers) and a writer of widely hailed short stories collected in Dark Waters, Silent Seasons: 21 Fishing Stories, and The Angler’s Coast.Read More
Writers / Opinion
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