A Night of Watching & A Day Of Hope

If you haven’t already, you should check out the blog of the National Wildlife Federation’s John Hammond, one of our front-line responders to the Gulf oil disaster. Here’s an excerpt from a recent post on a night watching for sea turtles:

Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed the waves rush up the beach, and then retreat — however, there was part of the wave that remained. Just like that. Out of the sea emerged a hulking, silent mass — almost imperceptible, but for changes in her position relative to object I knew to be stationary, I would have missed her being there altogether. I watched in silence as she slowly made her way to where the grass on the dunes begin.

Read & subscribe to John’s Gulf oil disaster blog, Gallons of Grief.

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