Image from Guide Dogs Australia
During a global pandemic, there are so many corners of our world that are affected and it’s hard to even comprehend all of them. Wild and domestic animals are just a portion of those being impacted at this time. Whether it’s a zoom call between guiding eye dogs or a virtual bird walk, we are experiencing animals differently. Here are just a few of those stories.
FOR THE FIRST time in decades, bald eagles are returning to the saguaro cacti of Arizona. The Arizona Game and Fish Department released a photo last week showing a pair of bald eagles and their eaglets in a nest made between the arms of a saguaro cactus.
As many Australians stay connected via video conferencing, what better way to brighten their day than a lunch-time on-screen explosion of the goodest boys and girls there are.
Zoos and aquariums across the country will get almost $100 million in federal funding to help them through the COVID-19 crisis.
“Since social distancing is throwing a kink in our Atlanta Audubon spring bird walks, we’re bringing a walk to you via Facebook Live,” the non-profit environmental organization announced in a news release.
Animal rescues across the country saw a spike in adoptions and foster applications at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.