We are the World Blogfest (#WATWB) focuses on positive stories no matter where they’re found. It is all about spreading peace and humanity on social media.
In this spirit, this week I’d like to share this piece of good news for Indian wildlife. To win a big conservation award with India’s limited resources and political will is no small achievement. Every time I lose hope for the survival of wildlife in India, there’s a reassuring piece of news like this one.
I’ll be taking a break from co-hosting for the coming months, so I’d like to end with a request to support Stop Acid Attacks and Project WHY.
Project WHY is running a Facebook fundraiser event on the SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2020 AT 9:30 PM UTC+08 – 10:15 PM UTC+08: An evening with the Beatles .
They’re requesting a basic donation of about 2 USD, but please feel free to give more. I’ve know this org for about thirteen years, and their hearts are in the right place. Here’s more about them, in my other posts. You can attend the Facebook live event, and send in a small donation.
What positive stories have you witnessed in these covid times? Do you have favourite causes you support. WOuld you like to give a hand to Project WHY and Stop Acid Attacks?
This month’s co-hosts, Shilpa Garg, Inderpreet Kaur Uppal, Roshan Radhakrishnan , Lizbeth Hartz. and yours truly, welcome participants and encourage all to join in.
Here’s a sampler of this blogfest. Click here to know more.
I’ll be taking a break from co-hosting for the coming months, so the linky list might change in January. We’ll take a break in December.
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Thank you for sharing!!.. glad to hear about the success with tigers and other wildlife… there are many positive stories to be told, unfortunately the negative stories are getting the headlines in today’s world… 🙂
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Zoom. Or anything that allows groups to commune. My physical therapist continuing to charge me ONLY my co-pay when my insurance ran out. The sheer number of people involved in securing free food-no questions asked-for their communities. Ex: We had stopped at a traffic light and nearby a van was unloading boxes of food, but I did not know what the boxes were. I thought they were setting up some sort of artisan sale, so I rolled down my window. The women offered us free produce on the spot. I didn’t have the need, so instead, donated right then. Look around, you will find such in your own communities. . .
May Assam’s tigers in the park roam free for many more years. While they are freer so too are we as we share this earth together. Rest well.
This is excellent news indeed!!
Hi Damyanti – so pleased that the Assam tigers are increasing in numbers … it’s good to know that they are freer to be themselves: excellent work that the Manas’ wildlife rangers are doing for the wildlife. You’ve highlighted lots of other things here … the project Why FB recital … all the best with that. You too with your book, and take care – as you take a break … stay safe – Hilary
It is wonderful what Manas is doing to save India’s wildlife. Rhinos, tigers and bison, oh my! Such efforts for animal conservation is needed around the world, and I’m glad to see that Manas is part of it.
Yes, It is a wonderful bit of news, especially given what’s happening in the world around us. At least someone somewhere is doing their job right, and bringing some hope back to this beleaguered planet.
Yay for tigers and all the wild things who have as much right to the planet as we do. Thanks for posting, Damyanti. I missed this month, but I will be back next month. ;0)
WATWB takes a break in December, and comes back in January, Pam.
This is upbeat news although the park’s herbivorous population may think otherwise.
Hahahahah yes. But apparently apex predators like tigers do a good job of culling the sick and inform herbovores, so the number of herbivores stays optimal. This prevents the overgrazing and eating up the entire forest 🙂
Yes. I think the world heaved a collective sigh of relief.