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Hi ! I’m Mari! On my blog, I write about a wide variety of topics including but not limited to cuisine, science and technology, wildlife, photography, culture, tradition, travel and adventure.
Everything I care deeply about is here, I write in my own words, honest ideas and statements keeping the focus on topics that are both educational and informative. You’ll also find beautiful photographs I’ve taken to highlight my collection of facts and dreams for your inspiration and perusal.
I’ve been blogging for decades and I post 2-3x a week. My website is a collection of my thoughts and ideas, the photos are included to help readers visualize and comprehend the information being provided. I write about things I’ve personally experienced so you can rest assured that I’m not rehashing old information. Despite the fact that a picture is worth a thousand words, descriptions are required for clarity.
It gives me great pleasure to provide you with fascinating articles but also spectacular and timeless photos to serve as sources of inspiration. In this way, I hope you’ll take the time to read some of the articles I’ve written about migratory birds, in which I share the conservation message that has guided my entire life.
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(My message regarding environmental protection that I want to get across)
When I decided to cover this topic, it was unmistakably with the intention of educating others as well as expanding our own knowledge regarding the splendor and sensitivity of nature. The intention of our comprehension and consciousness is to save the lovely birds, the “Egrets” . When I get the itch to start a new project, I usually concentrate on making it more educational and informative by expressing my sincere opinions and perspectives. I have a soft spot in my heart for the birds and made the decision to help improve their quality of life. I want to share my expectations, my hopes and dreams for them. My goal is to put an end and refuse to tolerate ignorance particularly regarding the killing of egrets so that this species does not go extinct. My hopes and dreams for them include setting them free and spending eternity with them. I really hope that these will convince us of the importance of preserving nature and now is the time to put in some serious effort to save the egrets.
Despite the fact that people make mistakes quite frequently, none of us wishes for animals to be in pain. We, the current generation, the youth of today are going to keep on serving and saving them. I want to make it perfectly clear that I do not intend to use animals as a means of educating people, it is our duty as human beings to show compassion and care for all living things.
Because of human activity, a number of magnificent species have unfortunately become extinct in their former habitats. Now, the sightings of the migratory birds, the magnificent Egrets in Malaysia and Philippines serve as a reminder to the rest of the world about the role that humans play as stewards of the planet earth. It is imperative that we do not give up on our responsibility to protect and preserve the environment if we want to prevent the extinction of species like the egrets, which would follow in the footsteps of other creatures whose survival depended on human intervention.
I have high hopes that we will be able to contribute in our own unique way to protect migratory birds. I hope that my children and the children of my children’s children will be able to appreciate the beauty of egrets for a very long time after my generation has gone.
Contribute to the preservation and restoration of critical habitats for endangered and diminishing migratory and endemic species. Participate in important campaigns to reduce the risks that birds face. The hunting of egrets for their feathers was a threat, but a greater danger came from the destruction of their habitat and from pollution.
My Best Regards, Thank you!