Nature Calls Fur Action

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This special space on my Mabel Loves Nature blog is reserved for information and action pertaining to various environmental causes.

Our precious Earth is not just ailing but in critical condition. Ecocide - or the destruction of our ecosystems - is rampant. Here are just a few examples:

  • Over 7 billion people overpopulate the planet and are consuming its resources at an unsustainable rate.
  • Monstrous hurricanes, massive floods, horrendous wildfires, and extensive droughts are plaguing the US and worldwide.
  • Our forests and public lands are being harvested for mining, grazing, and farming rights.
  • Plastics and other chemicals are polluting the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the food we eat.
  • Anthropogenic (manmade) carbon dioxide is significantly contributing to the warming of our planet. Often referred to as Global Warming or Climate Change.
  • Butterflies, bees and other insects are nearing extinction. Our wonderful wildlife – mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish and all marine life – are dying off at alarming rates.

Subsequently, the ecosystem in which we ALL depend upon is out of balance and tipping toward planetary extinction.

As stewards of this planet, we our obligated to respect, preserve, and protect Mother Earth and all that she provides us.

Therefore, it is urgent that we stand together and confront the atrocities contributing to the extinction of habitats and organisms (including humans) and ultimately, the untimely death of planet Earth.

Pertinent information and urgent actions to help nature and wildlife will be periodically posted on this page. Please help me/us save our nature – join me in standing for our lands and howling for wildlife.

Thank you.

Happy Tails,

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Pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, play a vital role in our ecosystem and survival.


Sadly, the Monarch Butterfly population has decreased by 90% in just the past 20 years which places them on the brink of extinction.

Honey Bee

Honey bees are also dying at an alarming rate. Did you know that they pollinate 70 of approximately 100 crop species that feed 90% of the world?

Danger Posion Sign

What is causing their decline?


In addition to destroying the plants they need for habitat (ie milkweed for butterflies), theses chemical are poisoning our Butterflies and Bees.

The key pesticide culprits are those containing Glyphosate and Neonicotinoids. According to Wikipedia, Bayer-Monsanto’s created the Glyphosate molecule in 1973 and held the patent until 2000. It remains a key ingredient in its popular weed killing product Roundup®

Bayer-Monsanto also manufactures pesticide products containing Neonicotinoids which countless studies have concluded contribute to the collapse of Honey Bee colonies


These chemicals have been linked to causing cancer and other diseases in humans. Recently, a jury awarded 2 billion dollars to a man who developed cancer after using Roundup®. Additionally, over 5000 lawsuits against Bayer-Monsanto are pending due to the their continued use of these chemicals.

For those of us who do not use these pesticides, we may be exposed to them through the food we eat. A recent study found levels of Glyphosate in a popular breakfast cereal.

So what can WE do to help the pollinators?

🐝 Contact your legislators and tell them to BAN the use of these chemicals in pesticides. Here is a link to identify your legislators and their contact information:

🦋 Contact the retailers you patronize - including grocery stores, Amazon, and harward/home improvement stores and request that they do not sell products containing these chemicals OR food that may be linked to these chemicals.

🐝 Plant native plants that attract bees and butterflies. Also, it is important to plant native Milkweed for the Monarch butterflies because it provides nourishment for their caterpillars.

🦋 Educate others about these chemicals. Ignorance is bliss - if we do not wake others to the massacre of our pollinators and take action to save them, humans will be next!

Einstein Bees Quote

Trapping Endangered Wolves

The US Fish & Wildlife is actively trying to trap and possibly kill a wild Mexican wolf. Please take a moment right now and the Fish and Wildlife Service to let them know you do not support removing wolves from the wild.

Tell the Fish & Wildlife Service to rescind this removal order.

Brady McGee, Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator, US Fish & Wildlife Service, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505-761-4748

Amy Lueders, SW Regional Director, US Fish & Wildlife Service, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505-248-6911

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