Delightful Curiosity


Whales are some of the best wildlife. With protection, whales can be around for a long time. Protecting whales from dangerous sonar can be a tricky task. According to Natural Resources Defense Council, “Marine mammals rely on underwater sound to navigate, hunt for food, find mates, and much more.”

Under water creatures are some of the coolest animals. Not only are they neat in nature but they are also amazing teachers. All types of animals from the turtle to the squirrel teach us something different. With wildlife, they are also teachers. You never know what you can learn from an animal unless you look very closely at behavior. Even with the most upscale human, the behavior can mean a lot. The way the whale finds a mate, it can be extremely amazing.

Whale Wildlife Animals

Using Patients

Wildlife as with whales, teaches patients. The turtle sends an *at ease* message. “Try to be like the turtle – at ease in your own shell” (Bill Copeland). Every animal has its own message. Sometimes it takes a moment to gather up the meaning but it’s always there.

Learning patients between animals can show it’s possibility. Though it can be a drag, learning to help with patients has its probability. Patients seems like something that doesn’t help but it can relax the mind. Allowing whales to help you with patients can show it’s meaningfulness.

For the government, killing off wildlife can be very expensive. According to the (Natural Resources Defense Council): “The Wildlife services spends over one hundred million dollars annually to kill more than one million animals.” What it costs to kill off wildlife could be put into charities. Using money for good uses is something that can be beneficial for the greater cause.

Marine Mammal

Rescuing Wildlife

According to (Coast Wild Life), there are ways to handle an stray wildlife. Some of the best ways to handle and care for an orphaned wildlife is with a cardboard box. “Be aware that any wildlife species can cause injury. If you can safely capture the wildlife, cover its head and body with a towel or clothing. Keep the wildlife away from your face and hold it down by your hips. Place it in a cardboard box with holes big enough for air flow and a towl on the bottom.

Closing the lid and put the box in a dark, quiet area will keep them feeling safe.” Taking these protections can give the captured wildlife the best chances of survival. Just as there are hospitals for humans with injury, so are there with wildlife. Coast Wildlife gives the wildlife hospital number at five zero three, three three eight, zero three three one. Using an e-mail will not give the proper communicative response. For more information on Wild mammal protection and squirrel removal Denver, feel free to contact us today via