Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 22, 2020

Today is World Water Day

World Water Day reports

“The cost of our success is the exhaustion of natural resources, leading to energy crises, climate change, pollution, and the destruction of our habitat. If you exhaust natural resources, there will be nothing left for your children. If we continue in the same direction, humankind is headed for some frightful ordeals, if not extinction.”

Read more at: 2020 Home – World Water Day

Audubon is celebrating World Water Day with the following post

7 Baby Waterbirds to Make You Squeal
It’s World Water Day, when we celebrate this essential resource. It’s also a moment to celebrate the birds it sustains. That’s a pleasure—especially when they’re so ridiculously cute.

Check out this collection by photographer William Burt, whose images speak of the love he has for wetland birds and their young. We share that love, so we’re happy to share his extraordinary work. We hope you enjoy it and share it, too, to mark World Water Day.

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