May it be a year that is filled with more kindness, more compassion and with more awareness.
May the New Year give more Voices to the Voiceless and even Greater Strength to those who Fight continuously for them to be Heard…..
May it bring you All Peace, and Love.
May it bring the same to Those we are here for…….
Original Asiatic Lion image courtesy © Fotografia da ßlåçk Pærl
You can also check out his wonderful work and advocacy here at: http://savebigcat.weebly.com/
Thank you dear friend x
Water Defense is raising money to support response to oil spill in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh
Via – Tiger Trackers
Her obituary had been written & re-written umpteen number of times (her recent fight with Sultan prompted another one), her frequent forays out of the park threw caution to the winds, her death looked imminent.
Like in the past, just as she was being written off yet again, Tigress Machli (T-16) chose to make an appearance ! She was sighted on the late evening of 11th December by a handful of tourists at her erstwhile territory in zone-5 of Ranthambhore. How long she survives remains to be seen though.
The image is from our archives.
The Season is quickly approaching us, and soon we all , in our own way will be celebrating what this Holiday Season means to us. I think it is safe to say that no matter how different or how similar we rejoice at this time. We all want the same thing ~ Peace on Earth. For each other ,and for all the Creatures we share this Earth with. It belongs to every single living thing that walks it, swims it. or flies above it. I want to take this time now, as it approaches to wish you all Peace Love and Lite. To you All and your loved ones, to All the Creatures we Care for…..and to All the GreatCatsofthe”World”.
May you all carry the Strength to keep Spreading their Words, and Being their Voices, and to keep Supporting those who are on the Ground Fighting to Keep them Here.
Original images courtesy © Atkinson Photography and Safaris
With thanks x
CHIKKAMAGALURU: A nine-year-old leopard was killed after being hit by a train at the Deavanur railway station on Sunday.The gangmen who saw the accident, brought the matter to the notice of the station master who later informed his higher officials.
It is said that the leopard had been roaming around Halladahally, S Koppalu, Gunasagara, Kabballi, Chikkadevanur in Kadur taluk and had created fear among the villagers. The villagers after learning about the death of the leopard appealed to Forest officials to track down such wild animals.
Arsikere division police assistant sub inspector Sibbe Gowda visited the spot. A case has been registered
source – http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/Train-Runs-Over-Leopard-at-Chikkamagaluru/2014/12/16/article2574018.ece