All about coral reefs and the oceans

Welcome to Liza's Reef

The Coral Reef Paintings of Lee James Pantas



Oceanic & Rain Forests Resources and Information

 


All about rain forests of the world

Major Sections of Liza's Reef
The Paintings of Liza's Reef
Hope For The Oceans
Hope For The Rain Forests

Environmental Features



Great  Destinations
Islands of the South Pacific
Rain Forests of the World
 

The Coral Reef Paintings Website of Lee James Pantas

The Liza's Reef Project
About Liza's Reef

Environmental Organizations
World Organizations
Western North Carolina Organizations


Causes & Awareness
Save Japanese Dolphins
Save Tigers Now
Mass Extinction of Species
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
 

The Coral Reef Alliance


Liza's Reef On Facebook

Reef Relief -Coral Reef Protection

 


Western North Carolina Nature Center

Riverlink -French Broad River in Western North Carolina Riverkeeper

Epsilon Eta -National Environmenal Honors Fraternity
 


All About The Islands!
 


The Turtle Hospital -Marathon, Florida Keys

Treasure House -Children's Ophanage in Fiji

World Wildlife Fund

Heroes of Liza's Reef
 

St. Francis preaching to the birds, Liza's Reef Rachel Carson when she was a young woman, Liza's Reef    Steve Irwin, Liza's Reef
St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1266)
 
Rachel Carson (1907-1964) Steve Irwin (1962-2006)
The Catholic Church’s patron saint of animals. His canticle “Brother Sun and Sister Moon" is a testament to his profound respect for God and for nature. The mother of the modern environmental movement. biologist, writer and ecologist, in 1962 she wrote  "Silent Spring", a seminal book which changed the world. Steve Irwin, Australian naturalist and pioneer environmentalist, brought awareness of less popular and little known endangered species to the world.
     


 

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Updated August 17, 2014

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