GETTING IN TOUCH WITH NATURE: Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves
of strength that will endure as long as life lasts." ~ Rachel Carson
"Cher Ami was one out of the thousands of pigeons that selflessly gave her life for U.S. soldiers in the First World War, and many previous battles in years prior. You'll think differently about pigeons after reading this." -- LI PENG, young author at For All The Animals
When it's minus 2 negative tide, there's so much sand for walking and running. It's our favorite time to explore the beach. But even the rocky beach at high tide is no obstacle for this boy!
The sea anemone gets its name after the terrestrial anemone flower that looks similar to this creature.
The anemones were a little larger than a baseball.
This river otter looks so much like a dog.
Photos by Betsy Seeton
"Moose are solitary animals, which is why your encounter will probably