Spread Your Wings

In the early 1900’s, Great Egrets nearly became extinct. They were hunted for their beautiful white feathers, which were used to adorn the elegant lady’s hats. As a result, some of the first laws to protect birds were created. The National Audubon Society was founded to protect birds from being killed for their feathers. Today, they are no longer on the endangered species list, and are around for us to admire.

Mother Nature whispers, “Don’t let your beautiful ideas and dreams get trampled on and pushed back until they are a distant memory. Find and join with others who will protect and support your calling. Rather than risk letting them fade to extinction, give your dream wings and fly away with them.”


Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly.

 Langston Hughes


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