Welcome -- I'm Earth Doctor Reese Halter

 

Dr. Reese Halter is the recipient of the President's Distinguished Service Award from Humboldt State University, California, for his inimitable leadership in conservation biology, an Outstanding Environmental Awareness Achievement Award for the television Nature show "Dr. Reese's Planet" from The National Society of The Daughters of the American Revolution, an Outstanding Achievement Award for writing The Insatiable Bark Beetle from California Lutheran University, an Outstanding Achievement Award for writing Shepherding the Sea: The Race to Save our Oceans from MUSE School CA, an Excellence in Conservation-in-Action Award from Sea Shepherd Australia and an Outstanding Service Award from the Rotary Club of Westlake Village Sunrise, California, for tremendous public outreach to "Save Nature Now."

The venerable General Sherman -- the largest tree on Earth.

The venerable General Sherman -- the largest tree on Earth.

Join Dr. Reese Halter from the tallest, largest & oldest trees on Earth, Californian redwoodsSequoias & Great Basin Bristlecone pines to the splendid coastal Sitka spruce forests of Alaskan & British Columbian wilderness, to the incomparable honeybees and the spellbinding Monarch butterflies that southward migrate and northward return in the summer from Canada to Mexico and Baja California (which spans the life of 3 or 4 generations of the butterfly). From the land Down Under, marvel at breathtaking life on the Great Barrier Reef & the incredible bees that pollinate eucalypts. Take time to discover the colossal leatherback sea turtles along with the remarkable whales of the Great Southern Ocean. Read Dr. Reese Halter's stories from Africa on the endangered surreal cetaceans, magnificent elephants, and majestic rhinos. And don't miss his detailed account of the SE Asian coal rush looting Earth or the critically endangered Sumatran tigers that are poached mercilessly in the bloody 'War Against Nature.' Please open your heart and be aware of the repulsive ocean-killing bloodlust in Taiji, Japan & the Danish Faroe Islands, which shamelessly slays thousands of sentient, sensitive cetaceans annually. Kudos to Captain Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society for standing up to Japan -- Stop Killing Endangered Whales. Gratitude for a lifetime of outstanding conservation leadership from Dr. Jane Goodall. Thank you Bob Barker, the late Sir Roger Moore, the late Sam Simon, Pamela Anderson, Yao Ming, Pharrell Williams, Jan Creamer & Tim Phillips, "Anonymous" & the late Dr. Dian Fossey for being best friends forever to the Animal Kingdom. Humans are driving The Sixth Mass Extinction including looting sea life at an unprecedented rate. The bees, trees & seas are collapsing. It's time to future-proof towns & cities and tackle, head-on, the climate in crisis.

An incomparable honeybee at work -- pollinating.

An incomparable honeybee at work -- pollinating.

Protect Our Planet

To protect Nature we must love it, to love Nature we must understand it, to understand Nature we must be taught. From understanding comes wonder, which Dr. Reese Halter is a master at evoking. Join him,  become a vegan, and help safeguard our environment !

An Ancient One -- Great Basin Bristlecone pine -- 2 miles above Earth growing on 600 million year old Silurian dolomitic seafloor. These remarkable trees thrive on alkaline sediments. Ancient Ones eventually expire beyond 5,000 years because they outgrow the former Silurian seafloor. Unprecedented.

An Ancient One -- Great Basin Bristlecone pine -- 2 miles above Earth growing on 600 million year old Silurian dolomitic seafloor. These remarkable trees thrive on alkaline sediments. Ancient Ones eventually expire beyond 5,000 years because they outgrow the former Silurian seafloor. Unprecedented.

 

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Dr. Reese Halter is an award-winning conservation scientist, broadcaster, public speaker and writer.

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