Finding light in the darkness

16th May 2020

positive corona news

I know that I don’t need to preface this blog post with acknowledging the utter shit show that the last few months have been. You all know that.  You’ve all experienced it. Every. Single. Day. And while I think it is incredibly important to recognise and accept all of our very valid feelings, the good, the bad and the ugly, I also think there is something to be said for finding the good stuff where possible. Because if we don’t, what exactly are we left with? So for this weeks post, I’ve decided to bring you a slither of positivity. A few news stories from around the world to help you remember that while things can feel really tough right now, there is still good.

 

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After delaying their annual migration to wetlands in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), #flamingos are flocking to the city in large numbers. The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), which estimated that their numbers in MMR are 25% more than last year, said that lower human activity has created ideal conditions for foraging in wetlands near Sewri and Thane Creek and other areas like Talawe wetlands, comprising NRI Complex, Seawoods and TS Chanakya, in Navi Mumbai. . . 📸: HT Photos/Pratik Chorge . . #nature #mumbai #mmr #flamingo #birds #migrants #migrantbirds #skies #exoticanimals #maharashtra #hindustantimes

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I really enjoyed pulling together this blog post together and I really hope you’ve liked reading it! If you’ve got any more good news stories to share, I’d love to know about them so please let me know in the comments! Because let’s be honest, I think we’ve had quite enough bad news, haven’t we?

Emily>