Wednesday, May 07, 2008

The return of the Bermuda Cahow

Isn't it wonderful when you hear of birds that you thought were extinct for some 400, suddenly making an appearance or should I say a reappearance. It's like we're gaining back a species. The species getting all this attention is the Bermuda Cahow, long thought to have been extinct. With the current state of our planet, the disappearing bees, El Nino, melting glaciers, it's certainly nice to see some of our environmentally friendly efforts paying off. Now if only the Cahows could talk, I'd really like to know where they were for the past 400 years. Perhaps that's where the Dodos are.

2 comments:

little indian said...

And if you thought that I too have the followed the Dodos, you would not be far wrong.

I stopped by to say hello and thanks for visiting my blogs. I am not much on it, I guess that is why it is doing better than it has done before!

Hope you are happy well, is is everyone around you. My very best wishes.

PS: and if you ever meet Mr Dwayne Leverock, I send him my regards. :)

~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

Thanks Little Indian. I do enjoy your blog, especially your ancient American Indian proverb. It should be the slogan for every environmental campaign there is.

Oh, I had to Google Dwyane Leverock. I had no idea who he was. But now I do...