For a variety of reasons, many of us must explore our planet through the eyes and ears of fellow naturalists, tuning into National Geographic and other nature programming or subscribing to nature blogs and journals. Even if one has the opportunity to travel to a distant Continent, he/she may not get the chance to visit its remote preserves and ecosystems.
Fortunately, I was recently introduced to Despues de la Tormenta (After the Storm), a blog from Uruguay. The author visits nature preserves across Uruguay and bordering countries, discussing their role in protecting endangered species and illustrating the region with magnificent photos of the landscape and wildlife. I highly recommend this website and will be checking it myself on a regular basis.
One of the many joys of writing Nature's Blog is hearing from individuals across the globe who share my devotion to conserving natural ecosystems. Their contribution is vital to the welfare of our planet and I am honored to draw attention to their projects. The beautiful nature preserves of central South America are just a click away at http://despuesdelatormenta.com