It was calm this morning, so calm you could have heard a pin drop … were it not for a chorus of coyotes, bugling elk, grunting moose and grating calls from Clark's nutcrackers, vocal birds that were harvesting seed from endangered limber pines on an endangered landscape.
The world's largest concentration of migrating golden eagles has begun its autumn migration; thousands of these majestic raptors will soon pass through the pictured landscape.
Amid world-class ecological virtue and intrigue, the heartbreaking beauty of the Livingstone Range is clear to see. It's an icon within Alberta's Crown of the Continent landscape.
What you can't see is the overwhelming lack of protection.
Please act today. Please protect the pictured landscape.
|The view looks southwest across Alberta's Livingstone Range in |
southwestern AB, Canada, a landscape threatened by clear-cut
logging, a strip-mine and overhead transmission lines.
David McIntyre photo