I resolved to go straw-free in 2018, joining the worldwide movement to reduce straws. As I’ve been paying more attention, I’ve seen an international community just as dedicated to minimizing straws, and every step helps birds and other wildlife.
So far I’ve said “No straws, please!” more than 35 times this year, but it’s time to admit to the Straws of Shame.
What I’ve learned about going without straws so far this year – the relationship between straws and ice, or, learning to drink from a cup again!
Less than one month after committing to go straw-free this year, I’ve used a straw. Learn why, where the straw came from, and why I’m still on track with this lifestyle change!
Part of being your own birder is finding your own ways to enjoy birding – including supporting bird conservation. My goal is to go straw-free in 2018 – learn why we don’t need straws, how dangerous they can be for birds and follow along as I say “No straw, please!” all year long!
Water is critical to all our lives – our bodies are 55-60 percent water and our planet’s surface area is 71 percent water. Water is in our air and food, is great for entertainment or relaxation and is essential for…