our toxic lives. As a child into adulthood I was fortunate to have lived within a few miles of of a major flyway and National Wildlife Refuge and have albeit a few more miles, done the same for the past 35 years.
I find myself getting more interested in birding now than at anytime in the past and having spent a good part of my professional life in the petro chemical industry have become more aware of how toxic numbers have effected nature in general terms. Folks...using my current experience with the birding side of the equation it's a obvious outcome that is un-winnable.
Where I live now it's become March and April and later months on the return that most watching is done. The numbers have and will continue to lessen. If I spend any time at all getting to the beaches or wetlands I'm finding less subjects to watch and this also includes the year round birds that normally inhabit my property.
So the question is are there any birders or just any other type of nature followers here that are noticing those same issues.