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Arctic Babies December 4, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Nature, Sustainable Living.
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Since 1960, Sierra Club members and  supporters have fought to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and its  residents from threats like oil drilling.

By designating the Arctic Refuge as a National Monument, President Obama can permanently protect this national treasure and leave a wild legacy for all of our children and grandchildren.

Please share the video with your friends on FB, Twitter, and Stumble Upon.  Let’s work together to protect the Arctic and its amazing wildlife for future generations.

To learn More:  I Heart The Arctic

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1. Booksphotographsandartwork - December 4, 2010

OH that was so beautiful! Thanks for sharing this with us, its so important.

nrhatch - December 4, 2010

Glad you enjoyed it, Linda.

I’m hoping that the NAWR will become our next National Monument ~ protected forever from greedy oil companies.

2. Cindy - December 4, 2010

Done shared 🙂

nrhatch - December 4, 2010

Thanks!!! I’d love to declare a moratorium around the globe to preserve remaining habitat for the original inhabitants ~ baboons, bears, seals, fox, zebras, tigers, lions, elephants, etc.

Mankind has taken enough from them. It’s time to protect those remaining.

3. Naomi - December 5, 2010

Hear, hear, Nancy! I’m in love with those baby bears…

nrhatch - December 5, 2010

Aren’t they sweet! Here’s hoping that they’ll be around for future generations to enjoy.


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