Wild Horse Education

Velma Johnston (Wild Horse Annie) and the footsteps of some of those that began this fight. March is Women’s history month. We honor some of the early pioneers of wild horse and burro advocacy. Velma Bronn Johnston (often referenced, Johnson) (March 5, 1912 — June 27, 1977) was a main voice responsible for gaining federal jurisdiction […]

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Can You Lose A Language You Never Knew?

Each year, a smaller proportion of Latinos in the United States speaks Spanish. But for many, the language is still a fundamental marker of their identity.(Image credit: Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

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Saturday Reds – Northern Cardinal

YOU ARE ENTERING THE RED ZONE NORTHERN CARDINAL’S PHOTOS ONLY SATURDAY RED BEAUTIES © HJ Ruiz – Avian101

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Heading Home

As the sun heads towards the horizon a group of American Bison head west towards that setting sun. Snow still covers the ground spring is on the way. Hope your weekend is going well and don’t forget to set those clocks ahead.

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Penguin Selfie

You probably didn’t know that emperor penguins are reasonably good at framing a video shot. At a research station in Antarctica, the curious animals provided a bird’s-eye view. (Image credit: Australian Antarctic Division/Screenshot by NPR)

via Penguins Mug For Camera, Take A Pretty Great ‘Selfie’ — News : NPR