Tuesday, September 20, 2011

You Tube Tuesday - Barrow Island

Josh from "Its Tiger Time" invented You Tube Tuesday so we could each share one video a week which we found to be fun, inspiring or otherwise noteworthy.  If you choose to participate, don't forget to leave your links in my comments section (so I can come visit you) and on Josh's page (so you can be part of the contest).  

I hope you like the turtle video I chose for you this week!  I'm taking a break from the funny videos at the moment to show you another about conservation.  It is nice to know that Chevron is giving back.


  1. Very informative. Nice to see corporations giving back!

  2. I like this! It shows that companies can give back! Thank you for sharing this.

    Mine: http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/09/youtube-tuesday_19.html

  3. aNice video..nice to see people and animals working together...as always...XOXOXOXOX


  4. Great video. It's refreshing to see industries beginning to be more mindful and responsible in how they effect the environment and it's diverse wildlife. Thanks :)

    My video: http://ascendingthehills.blogspot.com/2011/09/youtube-tuesday_19.html

  5. Like the rest of your readers... I agree it is about time MNC gave back ...

  6. Inspiring! We are called from the beginning by God to be good and caring stewards of our fragile and infinitely diverse planet. It was a breath of fresh air to see this video and to know there are those who consistently work at caring about keeping our ecosystem in balance. My husband is the Energy Star coordinator at EPA for our region; I will be sure to share this with him!

    Thanks for the uplifting post!


  7. Rachel,,

    I love your videos this one is so informational.. Via La Pokies Friends


    My YTT

  8. Thank you for visiting everyone! I'm glad you enjoyed the video. I always want to help spread the word about corporations giving back.

  9. Man, I didn't realize that turtles could flip sand that high LOL. This is great to see that Chevron is involved at this level. Josh is watching this with me before he leaves for school. Being a history buff, he enjoyed it and was impressed by Chevron's participation as well. Great video Pokey!