Special Reports

December 2005/January 2006 Report

Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation

Holiday Cogitation: Can Birds Think? Should We Care?


Birds are intelligent. Itís official. Research is in. Can we have caring concern for thinking and feeling creatures? Read on.

August 2004 Report

Paving Our Way Out of Greenery

From the Christian Science Monitor:
"An environmentalist's protest song laments that we're "using up the world." Two new maps of human environmental impact now make that point graphically."


Holiday Report 2003-2004:

Astronomers reported this fall (2003) (25th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union in Sydney, Australia) that the world's most powerful telescopes can view approximately 70 sextillion -- that's 7 followed by 22 zeros -- stars in the known Universe. The Los Angeles Times suggests there are more stars in the sky (that we can see) than there are grains of sand in every beach and desert on Earth.

In this immensity, what are we?

Spring-Summer Report 2004

Sermon On A Twig

& Birds of the Middle East



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