Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Migrating Whales

*Please watch*

This is a pod (family) of migrating sperm whales.
This shows their interaction, closeness, & beauty.
This is why I care about them and their future.
(Please refer to my previous post.)

We are not on this planet alone. 
It is our responsibility as humans to take care
of all creatures, all living things, 
because life matters.

30 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and I couldn't agree with you more. Perhaps you saw Elephant Childs comment to me about the fact the the Japanese permits for "scientific whaling" have been cancelled ... a great step in the right direction. Great post, McGuffy Ann.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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    1. No, please see my previous post. I keep up on advocacy, as I feel strongly about it. I think it is the responsibility of mankind to care for all living things.

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    2. P.S. My previous post explains the Japanese whaling program, and why the U.N. has denied them further whaling. Their "scientific" whaling was being used for commercial purposes and consumption.

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  2. Thank you for this post McGuffy Ann!

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    1. Beth, this is why I care so much. This is what it is all about.

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  3. What a beautiful post, McGuffy!! You are working for a good cause..Kudos, my friend!

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  4. I think it would be so awesome to see whale in the wild. The closest thing I have seen are dolphins. That was a real thrill for me, too!

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  5. My reading in the first chapters of the Bible tells me we are supposed to be taking care of the earth and it's creatures.

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    1. Absolutely. We were given the responsibility for them. We need to take it seriously.

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  6. They are awesome aren't they. We've seen Whales from a boat both near Hawaii and then again near Alaska. They are awesome.

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  7. I care deeply about this issue, too! Thanks for such an important post, my friend!

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    1. Thank you, Beth. It is worth the time to advocate their welfare.

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  8. I love whales and dolphins. This is beautiful and yes, we must speak up for those that can't.

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    1. Thank you for agreeing, Cathy. I hope more people begin to feel that way, and show it.

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  9. Beautiful. It is like an intricate dance. We were fortunate to go whale watching last Fall when we were in Canada. Thanks for sharing, Janet

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    1. You were blessed to be able to do that, and see that live.

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  10. oh drat - can't see the video in Canada. but that's okay - I have seen their beauty live in person off the coast of Nova Scotia (although not sperm whales).
    it really is something to witness.

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    1. I cannot imagine why that is! I am so sorry, though.

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  11. They are such beautiful creatures. I have seen whales in Alaska and off the Oregon coast many times, once a little closer than I though possible. They need our help to thrive and survive. That is a great video.

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  12. I agree 100%. If I could exceed 100% I would do so in agreement. Thank you for the precious video. xo

    (Oh, regarding that mean comment to Katie, that person, a female she says, is making the rounds in the CB.)

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  13. The video is not available in Canada but I congratulate you on your making people aware of how wonderful the Whales are and how we should just let them live in peace.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. I am sorry, Julia. I hope that you can look a video up on You Tube. They are so serene and amazing to watch.

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