When my mother and I emerged from our den last spring...
...the sun was warm, the sky was blue – as blue as my eyes, my mother said. But I soon learned that unchecked development continues eating away at our forest home. And that, thanks to climate change, life in what's left is harder than ever. Luckily, people like you want to safeguard forests, wildlife and biodiversity. Your continuing support for Keeping Track is needed so it can continue inspiring people to conserve healthy habitats for all living things. Please join Keeping Track in saving critical habitats today.
A "game-changing" webinar
Sue Morse delivered this webinar in early May and describes it as a "game-changer" because it exposes "bedrock truths of what we hadn't known about wildlife -- and which conflict many of our long-standing assumptions about protecting animals and habitats." Take a look, and enjoy not only its revelations about wildlife cooperation and social networks, but also Sue's trademark insights, wit and spectacular photography. Thanks to the Northeast Wilderness Trust and Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center for making it possible.
Care About Caribou?
For 15 years Sue Morse's patient endeavors in the Arctic have put her close not only to caribou but, as her photos also show, polar bears, musk oxen, Arctic foxes, ptarmigan, and wolves. On June 21, at 5:30 p.m. EDT, she'll host a webinar focusing on the significance of caribou in the vast wilderness they inhabit. Don't miss this opportunity to see her remarkable images of these animals, and hear first-hand the intimate knowledge and wisdom that only comes from decades of "boots on the tundra" field research. This is a by-donation event to benefit the Jericho (VT) Town Library. We encourage you to support this event by sending a contribution today to Jericho Town Library, PO Box 1055, Jericho, VT, 05465. Or contribute right now through Venmo: @jtl-donate, confirmation code 0012. Thank you!