PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: Looking to work with exotic animals? The animal sanctuary in #Brazil might be exactly what you are looking for...The organization that runs this property has painstakingly replaced non-native plants with indigenous species over the last fifteen years, and now the sanctuary is home to parrots of all colors, tortoises, tapirs, bush dogs, ocelots, pumas, jaguars, spider monkeys, and dozens of other types of animals. #conservation #volunteerabroad
Shibazakura Flower with Mount Fuji, Japan Romans For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.
Villa Balbianello, Lake Como ~ Italy (Alpenstrasse)
It’s being called the “Yoda” bat — a newly discovered fruit bat found in the remote rainforests of Papua New Guinea as part of an expedition by Conservation International to study new species. Tube-Nosed Bat, discovered in Papua,