She Disappeared Without A Trace In 1850, Then Years Later They Found THIS..

Olive Oatman was born in Illinois in 1837. At the tender age of 14, Olive’s family were travelling alone to seek a better life in California. On the fourth day of their journey, family was attacked by a group of Native Americans. Only three of the Oatmans survived the attack. Olive’s parents and four of their children were…

Meet Buffalo Van’t Zwaluwnest, One Of The Biggest Horses In The World!

Oh, Wow! This horse is amazingly huge and unbelievably beautiful. Watching him racing the field make me delighted at each move this horse made. Look at him! This is the strongest and the most good-looking stallion you’ve ever seen! Buffalo van’t Zwaluwnest is the Belgian draft horse. His weight is over 2,000 pounds. But still, he…

First bison calves born in Banff National Park in over 140 years..

Canadians are getting their first glimpse at the newest additions to Banff National Park’s wild bison. Parks Canada released photos on Tuesday of the first bison calf born in the Panther Valley on April 22. Since then, two more have been born. “Things are going really well, it was amazing the first calf was actually…

Earth First: “We are all related” a message from Russell Means

Russell Means (1939-2012), the American-Indian (Oglala Sioux) activist and actor (Chief Chingachgook in “The Last of the Mohicans”) is of one of the country’s most famous Native Americans. In this unscripted monologue, delivered June 9, 1993 from a junk site in Gallup, New Mexico, Means (then 54) calls our attention to environmental injustices, telling us…