began as a notebook
in Lima, Peru
but the latest may come from anywhere…
I just read the news that Tahlequah is pregnant again. Oh, how I hope this baby will survive the pregnancy and thrive, for Tahlequah’s sake, for the pod’s sake, for the world. Lynda V. Mapes, who covered the Tahlequah’s journey of grief for the Seattle Times two years ago, reports that scientists have confirmed the… Continue Reading →
Yesterday, I felt like I was forgetting something important. Someone’s birthday. Today, I realized what had been tugging at me. July 24 marked the second anniversary of the birth, and death, of an orca made world famous by her mother’s 17-day sojourn of grief. Humans are not the only species that feel the suffering of… Continue Reading →
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