If there’s anything that the Coronavirus pandemic has taught people, everyone could agree how it has helped us cherish the precious time we have on Earth and just simply being alive. For others, this goes further by instilling in them a greater appreciation for the natural world. That’s exactly what happened with me.

I still remember clearly when the Coronavirus pandemic was in its nascent stages, the news flooding in from Wuhan that shook the world with details of flu-like symptoms, the immediate lockdowns, and death tolls that no one had anticipated. However, from the perspective of the United States…

Alan Bailey

I’m a graduate from LaGrange College with a B.S. in Biology, striving to be a conservationist and to help our planet.

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