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Bears and the Matrix

Priscilla Stuckey
Priscilla Stuckey

Author

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Wildness in the City: An Encounter with Two Barred Owls and Their Dinner

Jason Brown
Jason Brown

Doctoral Candidate, University of Britis…

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Give Me Urban Prairie, Give Me My Home

Benjamin Vogt
Benjamin Vogt

Prairie Garden Designer and Writer

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Dragonfly Summer

Cindy Crosby
Cindy Crosby

Author and Prairie Steward

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Steve, a Seagull Story

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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An Oasis of Bees, Chickens, and Gardens in Kansas City, Missouri

Whitney Sanford
Whitney Sanford

Professor, University of Florida

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Collisions

Michele Wick
Michele Wick

Psychologist, Writer

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Into the Woods on Mother's Day

Susy Schultz
Susy Schultz

Journalist and Digital Strategist

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The King of Michigan Avenue

Elisa Shoenberger
Elisa Shoenberger

Oral Historian

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I Ripped My Pants and I Liked It

Amy Nelson
Amy Nelson

Communications Director, Biohabitats

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Why Birds?

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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Winter Bobcat, Watching

Rob Rich
Rob Rich

Naturalist, Writer

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Getting over Purity

Dan Protess
Dan Protess

Producer and Writer

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We're Not Alone: A Review of Planet Earth II, "Cities" episode

Umberto Tosi
Umberto Tosi

Author, Editor

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Do Not Do

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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Sluggish

Perry Falcon
Perry Falcon

Sharp-Eyed. Razor-Taloned.

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Orbits and Orientation

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Creature Comforts

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Program Director - Illinois Science and…

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Furry Attractions: Polar Bears in the Zoo

Michael Engelhard
Michael Engelhard

Writer and Wilderness Guide

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The Unfathomable Depths near Boston

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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