Steeves/Trail Mix: Do your bit to help protect valuable wetlands

Kelowna Capital News – October 31, 2013

Very distinct sounds come from a healthy wetland, from the noisy quacking of ducks and geese communicating, to the background noise of frogs and the whir of insects such as dragonflies.

And, all depend on each other and their habitat to complete their life cycle and to keep it all healthy—each in their own way.

The most knowledgeable among humans don’t fully understand all the vital interconnections that keep a healthy swamp or bog, fen, pond or riparian area healthy, so once you begin to meddle in it, you could easily be destroying a link that will destroy it all in the end.

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