I was in Bucharest, and the white storks were in their nest in a village in Western Romania. We were all watching them via live streaming on the internet. I came across the page by chance, on social media. In August, when it was clear that the storks would soon leave the nest to migrate to Africa, people watching shared emotional comments: the birds will be missed At the other end of the phone line, right from the beginning of our conversation, he answers some of my questions: What do people get so hooked to wild animals? Is that ok?
Nature in Făgăraș Mountains: The capercaillie in Romania
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The local capercaillie population has been declining in recent years, mainly as a result of a loss of habitat. Known for its beautiful coloring and mating display, the capercaillie provides another example of how forest destruction can have a wide-ranging impact. The capercaillie Tetrao urogallus is found in the Nordic, boreal area, occupying coniferous and conifer-dominated mixed forests. It is also present further down south, in the subalpine spruce forests , across the Alps or the Pyrenees.
I am amazed that people are surprised when I quote from scriptures. It is comparable to the act of homosexuality. I think they are all comparable. I feel totally repulsed by both.
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