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A Thousand Windows Shining

Max Bowden
Max Bowden

literature student, University of Essex

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At Home with the Albatross

Louise Slocombe
Louise Slocombe

writer

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Deer Death Experiences

Kathleen Dragan
Kathleen Dragan

Writer

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Ramble On

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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The City of the Living and the Dead

Hannah Eisler Burnett
Hannah Eisler Burnett

Research and Communications Assistant

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Belonging in the City

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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Teens' Artworks Inspired by Living Beings in Chicago

Dan Godston
Dan Godston

Director, Borderbend Arts Collective

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How Collage Made My Life Whole

Erica Cirino
Erica Cirino

Freelance Writer and Artist

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The Interior Frontier

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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B is for Blog

Perry Falcon
Perry Falcon

Sharp-Eyed. Razor-Taloned.

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The Killing

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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Sew a Few More Stitches of Life

Ellaraine Lockie
Ellaraine Lockie

Poet

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6 a.m. on LaSalle Street

Kate Cummings
Kate Cummings

Editor, Questions for a Resilient Future

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Carrying the Wild Home

Naomi Racz
Naomi Racz

Writer

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A Perfect Egret?

John Elliott
John Elliott

Naturalist and Nature Interpreter

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Grass: Breaking the Chain of Geese, Gulls, Goldfish, and Green Goo

Steve Sullivan
Steve Sullivan

Senior Curator of Urban Ecology - Peggy…

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Deadly Deer

Susan Tweit
Susan Tweit

Plant Ecologist & Author

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A Peaceable Kingdom

Ripley Whiteside
Ripley Whiteside

Artist

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Green Magic

Jeff Grygny
Jeff Grygny

Writer

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Homonym

Keara McGraw
Keara McGraw

Artist and Illustrator

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Rangitoto Island: The Resilience of Nature

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

fine art photographer and author

As urban populations grow, and contact with nature becomes more constricted, is our psychological and social well-being in jeopardy? Are healthy ecological communities, biological diversity, and even wilderness compatible with urban areas? This is what City Creatures aims to discuss. We hope you’ll join the conversation by commenting and sharing.

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