International Travel: Jane in Nature

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 - 4:54pm

In May, Jane had the chance to see the bluebells in the Foret de Soignes in Brussels, Belgium. There for a “glorious” two days, she said that the area brought her back to her childhood in Bournemouth, England.

While strolling with close friend, Sean Willmore, president of International Wildlife Federation, in London’s Holland Park, Jane witnessed a magical event. After a nest with six baby ducklings fell into the middle of a road, four construction workers came to the ducklings’ rescue, scooping them into a bucket and returning them to the safety of their mom in a nearby pond. Jane said, “It was very moving. It shows that there is a growing awareness, and people do care.” 

 

 

 
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