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Yes, real Bear's...not just the McCreary type!

I'm talking about those four footed furry critter's that run around in the forest and eat honey...THAT type of Bear.

Seriously though, these wonderful animal's make up a very vital part of our ecosystem...actually all animal's are a vital link in the chain of this living organism that we all Earth.

Everyday we are confronted with the fact that once vibrant species are disappearing & that in turn has a great effect upon the surrounding ecosystem...while we may assume it's a frog species here or a bat species there...it cut's across the spectrum of wildlife...and plantlife.

Literally, we see this happening everyday....and I personally think that we need to be more aware & cognizant of the fact & really start taking into account the effects of what we as humans do and don't do.

Recently I was contacted by Jessica Dally who is associated with "Beartrek" which is a film sponsored by a group called Wildlife Media http://www.wildlifemedia.org/  this feature length documentary focuses on the plight of endangered Bear species around the globe & is chronicled by noted British biologist & ecologist Chris Morgan on his world spanning motorcycle tour.

So what...WHAT...is the connection between Bear's & Battlestar (aside from someone named McCreary?)...well, I will tell you...he is the connection!

Bear has gotten out on front of this & lent his musical talent to "Beartrek" and given it another element.

Obviously he feel's the passion for protecting these wonderful creature's as does Chris Morgan & Jessica Dally as do I.

I think this a wonderful project & I urge you all to take a look at the trailer for "Beartrek", watch the movie, think about it & move in a progressive way yourself for helping to protect our word's diversity of life.

Battlestar Galactica fans are the greatest, so put your best foot forward on this, help protect these great & noble creatures

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Comment by Kelly "Aphrodite" Pond on June 24, 2011 at 4:04pm
I used to live in Yosemite National Park. Seeing a bear became a daily occurrence during the summer.




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