About 95% of you who will see this post know that the future of our planet is in our hands and that Earth Day is every day.
For the rest of you, please enjoy these pretty pictures of a beautiful bird who’s both confused and angry by your unflinching insouciance.
Impact of Climate change? Audubon projects:
[.. the bald eagle] is projected to have only 26 percent of its current summer range remaining by 2080, according to Audubon’s climate model. However, it could potentially recover 73 percent of summer range in new areas opened up by a shifting climate. Its success isn’t guaranteed in the new areas—the majestic raptor will still have to find suitable food and nesting habitat.
We all have to adjust, I guess.
Today’s Pics du Jour, the blog’s 464th straight, was taken near Otavalo, Ecuador on 28-Mar-2015. Want to see a few more? Check out my Bald Eagle gallery.[divider type="white"]
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