Mariel Klein

Seeing the birds in all their glory in the foreground and the humans in the background makes me realize how thin the line is between our ability to protect the wildlife on this earth and the destruction that we can and often are causing the amazing wildlife.  We really have so much power and there is no shift in this power foreseen in the future which makes teaching the next generations of the utmost importance.  Teaching the future and protecting the present as much as we can is a looming and difficult task, but our success in the rehabilitation of the whooping crane is a perfect example that we, as humans, really can save the precious wildlife on this earth.  There might be a tendency to be overwhelmed at times, but we can never stop pushing ahead and appreciating every success that we achieve.  

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