Good Morning.The suns shining and it's warm for a change so Ami Blackwelder and I will be on the patio, drinking tea and eating fresh scones.
Before you read her interesting article, here is a bit about her.
Ami has a BA in English from UCF and was first published at her University for a Best Fiction with subsequent Semi-Finals in a Laurel Hemingway contest. She has written three spiritual books, an anthology of poetry, an anthology of short stories.
My novel The Hunted of 2060 is a science fiction romance, but at its core it tells a story of wildlife, and a foreign species growing to extinction, and how it feels to be hunted.
Some of the rarest animals in the world are still being hunted today. I live in Florida and some of the endangered animals in that state are: American Alligator, Swallowtail Butterfly, Whooping Crane, Key Deer, Bald Eagle, Puma, Green Sea Turtle, Monk Seal and many more.
In fact the list is 111 animals long in just my state alone. Astounding!
Sadly many of these endangered species are hunted for Asian delicacies and medicines. Tribal mentally dominates compassion and these poor creature are massacred in often violent ways.
It is not enough to have compassion and get angry. We must act now and protect our wildlife before there is no more beauty around us to protect.
Make Space For Our Wildlife
Recycle, Reduce, And Reuse
Plant Native Plants That Are Local To The Area
Control Introduced Plants And Animals
Join An Organization
Make Your Voice Heard
To a Representative: To a Senator:
The Honorable (name) The Honorable (name)
U.S. House of Representatives U.S. Senate
Washington, DC 20515 Washington, DC 2051
Here is where you can find Ami