These conservations may not provide the most fun that a state park may provide, but they serve a tremendous purpose. If we want to continue to see the dancing crabs, graceful Egrets, and synchronized fish, we must take the steps necessary to protect their home and environment because once they are gone, they're gone for good.
The half of breath left in your lungs is all the survival you have before fluid replaces the air and you drown. Perhaps your last thoughts are the four warning signs you passed to get to that boulder. Your last feeling is regret for not heeding those warnings.
These trees are continued lesson to me to not just see things but to truly open my eyes and notice because I may never see it again.
I couldn't imagine the bravery of the Ancient Greeks that took public baths together, fortunately for Geese, it's like sitting down to a Sunday dinner.
I've realized that flowering weeds are a great metaphor. They are strong and wild. Most of them have survived millions of years through evolution and continues to evolve.
I couldn't stop laughing every time a fish would propel out of the water near the hook as if to laugh at the fishermen yelling, "Looking for me?"
The trees were going bare, leaves blanketed the ground like snow and everywhere you looked were fifty shades of brown. I know it may sound like a dead zone, but it was anything but that.
With the way the world is changing again (and not for the better) with the crisis of Global Warming and animals going extinct at a rapid pace, we are at high risk of losing these ancient gems just as fast. It may seem so minimal now, like who would miss a water lily? But, once it's gone, it's gone, and a Google Image search will be the only way future generations will ever know the prehistoric water lily ever existed.
A lot of animals in nature hunt, travel and live in packs, flocks, herds, or schools. Usually, this a wonder that is meant for your DSLR camera, but I think to see an independent animal is fantastic.
Great. Just great. Another dead end hiking trail proclaimed as a "natural preserve." Honestly, what's being preserved? Grass?