One Horned Wonder


Found in the floodplain grasslands and woodlands of India and Nepal, these enormous creatures can weigh up to 6,000 pounds but are surprisingly swift and nimble. The Indian Rhinoceros can charge at speeds of 25 mph. Though possessing poor eyesight, the Indian Rhino (like other rhino species) has sharp hearing and a keen sense of smell. These solitary animals are (read more)

International Red Panda Day 2015


Saturday, September 19th is International Red Panda Day. Creating awareness and celebrating these remarkable animals. Learn more about the Red Panda – the original panda – at the Red Panda Network. To celebrate International Red Panda Day on the blog, here is Breah’s latest artwork. see image

Lost Legacy – The Passenger Pigeon


Once considered the most numerous bird on Earth with an approximate total of 3 to 5 billion in North America when Europeans arrived. Hunted as a cheap food supply source, the last known wild pigeon was killed in Ohio in 1900.

The last known passenger pigeon, named Martha, died September 1, 1914 in the Cincinnati Zoological Garden where a national landmark memorial stands today. The loss of the passenger pigeon was the first documented extinction of a species at the hand of man.

Here is a painting by Breah of the extinct passenger pigeon: see image