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A Florida Alligator
Alligators on River Bank
by John White

 

A tribute to the Endangered Wildlife of Florida;

those with leaves and those with legs,

so goes the Ecosystem, so goes Humanity.-GW


Any study of Florida's Endangered Species

should begin with her wealth of Fossils,

then continue with her:

Indigenous or First People,

Amphibians, Birds, Butterflies, Ecosystems,

Fish, Mammals, Plants or Flora and Reptiles.


We, the Human Race, are arrogant in thinking that

because we do not understand the language of animals,

that what they are saying is not of consequence.

Indeed, the animals are speaking to us and

for their sake and ours, we must start listening. -GW

Keep Florida Wildlife Wild and Alive~

 

 

There are over 100 Endangered or Threatened Species in Florida,

the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lists them here:

TESS, Threatened and Endangered Species

Updates on the BP Gulf Spill

 

 

For Issues affecting Global Wildlife please come see:

My new Word Press Blog

 

 

Walking with the Alligators

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