But also remember that for all the people involved in the accident - at fault or not - and for all those working to repair and clean it up, there are many times more than that who are there to care for the unfortunate animal and human critters who suffer from it - mostly just because they need to do it.
Today RG and a friend saw more than 50 Bald Eagles congregated at the mouth of a small stream that flows from a nearby lake into Puget Sound. No one knew exactly why they were there - the speculation was a run of some newly hatched fish heading for the sea. 15 years ago, seeing two eagles together here was a cause for great rejoicing. With help, they recovered - big time.
This too shall pass .... with your help." - Baxter
("So don't screw it up" - Zoey)