Holding on to the good news.

Covid is raging across the world and life can seem to have shrunk to a penny piece, but there is still wonderful good news to hold onto.

Here on one of the busiest and most polluted rivers in the world , ospreys are returning to breed. A huge international rewilding project is returning a little bit of the river Rhine to its natural state and wildlife is moving straight back in to rebalance the world.

At the other end of our astonishing planet blue whales, which were nearly hunted to extinction, are reappearing again after hunting was outlawed.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/19/blue-whale-sightings

Good people who shout loud enough and who care, can make a difference. Wildlife just needs a hand and it will come back: things can get better for us all!

Photo by Sue Round

9 thoughts on “Holding on to the good news.

  1. johnlmalone says:

    it is good to hear the tide is turning towards restoration. Here in South Australia after a hard lockdown of three days — after false information was given to tracers — restrictions are being lifted ffrom midnight tomorrow, Would it were as good in other parts of the world.

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