When Amberle, Wil, and Allanon returned from seeing Amberle’s aunt, you were shocked to find them with someone else too. He’s an elf just like most everyone here in Arborlon, but something seems different. You watch from afar as the boy rides in on the back of Allanon’s horse and is immediately sent to the infirmary. You’re not quite sure what is different about him but you can sense it. Deciding on visiting him later, you hurry off to check on Amberle.
You and Amberle have been friends you’re entire life. The two of you grew up together in the palace and have been inseparable since the day you met. She always comes to you for advice on official princess matters and it wasn’t long until you were appointed her adviser. Pushing all thoughts away of your childhood you meet Amberle in the hall, walking swiftly next to Wil.
Little Things Matter: Tiny Plovers Return to Breed After Being Nursed Back to Health
By Brent Lawrence
Brent Lawrence is a Public
Affairs Officers for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pacific Regional
Office, which is based in Portland, Ore.
In the world of wildlife conservation, little things matter.
In this case, the “little things” we’re talking about are five
tiny orphaned snowy plover chicks that were released back into the wild exactly
three years ago today (June 26, 2016). Happy anniversary!
The five abandoned snowy plover chicks and another adult
male received care at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in July 2013 after their
parents were lost or injured when the eggs hatched. The chicks were from Bandon State Natural
Area and the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
The next year the plovers were back, their tiny legs adorned with bands to help identify them. This time they were
older, stronger and ready to breed. At least two of the snowy plovers nested
with mates, providing more baby plovers to go forth and multiply.
These small things matter too, because snowy plovers are
listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
In the business world it’s called ROI – return on
investment. For biologists, it’s called conservation. Either way, we call it
making a difference.
“When population levels sink to the point of needing
protection under the ESA, every individual’s capacity to contribute to recovery
is magnified,” said Dan Elbert, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist in the
Newport, Oregon, field office. “It has been very satisfying to see these
individuals return to the wild and further enrich a growing breeding
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