TOM EARNHARDT: When swans fly over the Carolina moon
Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021 -- Each year tundra swans do a round trip from the Arctic shores of Alaska and Canada all the way back to North Carolina. They perform this miracle of navigation and survival without the benefit of GPS. In the spring and fall similar navigation miracles are performed by millions of other birds and sea creatures. During the COVID pandemic we are reminded of our connections to people and nations around the world. We share air, water, and resources with others. Working together to protect these shared natural treasures is a necessity, not an option.