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Along Came a Spider

Joanna Brichetto
Joanna Brichetto

Naturalist & Writer

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Rootless: Bryology as a Cure for Loneliness in the Landscape

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Nonhuman Workers of the World, Unite!

Brandon Keim
Brandon Keim

Freelance Journalist

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The Lesson of the Hawk

Elizabeth Beachy Gómez
Elizabeth Beachy Gómez

Nature-based Healer

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A Shocking Crime

Amy Nelson
Amy Nelson

Communications Director, Biohabitats

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A Volery of Wagtails

Alexi Francis
Alexi Francis

Writer and Illustrator

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The Falcon & the Chicken

Brandon Keim
Brandon Keim

Freelance Journalist

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Consider the Coywolf

James Freitas
James Freitas

Freelance Writer

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Looking for Owls

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Program Director - Illinois Science and…

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Eden Lost

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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The Eyes of an Owl

Greg Ripley
Greg Ripley

Author

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The Semi-Religious Experience of Walking the Stormwater Retention Pond

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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And a Happy New Year...

Perry Falcon
Perry Falcon

Sharp-Eyed. Razor-Taloned.

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Transactions of Light

Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber

Biophilosopher and Writer

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Long Winter's Nap

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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An Ethology for a Kinnage Dweller

Ginny Battson
Ginny Battson

Writer, Environmental Ethicist, Photogra…

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Hat Trick

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Animal Neighbors

Kathleen Dragan
Kathleen Dragan

Writer

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Hungry Ghosts and Holy Prairie

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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A Coyote Drank My Latte: Encounters with Suburban Wildness

Jason Brown
Jason Brown

Doctoral Candidate, University of Britis…

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