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I Need Dirt in My Life

Desiree Middleton
Desiree Middleton

Writer

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Feeding the Birds

James Freitas
James Freitas

Freelance Writer

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Lux, Lumen, Illumination Redux

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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Bird Calls and Quarantines

Jeremy Ohmes
Jeremy Ohmes

Communications Strategist

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Communion with the Serpent: Confronting Fear, Developing Reverence

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Benefits of Living with a House Spider

Kaori Fujimoto
Kaori Fujimoto

Writer

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Being Seen

Ellery Akers
Ellery Akers

Writer and Naturalist

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Living Chicago

Mila Marshall
London Gillespie
Mila Marshall & London Gillespie
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Other Lives

Joe Gray
Joe Gray

Associate Editor, The Ecological Citizen

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You Are Animal

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Creative Director and Executive Editor

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Telling Coyote Stories

Bethany Barratt
Bethany Barratt

Professor of Political Science

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Charm City Rats

Dan Marcucci
Dan Marcucci

Landscape Planner, Educator, Writer

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Underwater, Early and Often

Jim Egenrieder
Jim Egenrieder

Teacher, Professor, Researcher, Farmer

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Below the Surface

Lindsay Key
Lindsay Key

Science Writer and Editor

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The Under Story

Megan Draheim
Megan Draheim

President of The District Coyote Project

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Ground-Truthing

John Hadidian
John Hadidian

Emeritus Director of the Urban Wildlife…

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Riders on the Swash

Ingrid Taylar
Ingrid Taylar

Writer and Photographer

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Subterranean Wildlife Blues

Adam Grogan
Adam Grogan

Head of Wildlife at the Royal Society fo…

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What Lies Beneath

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Elegy: Wolf 949M

Bethany Barratt
Bethany Barratt

Professor of Political Science

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Shout Out to the Birds of My Everyday Epic

Kimberly Ruffin
Kimberly Ruffin

Associate Professor of English

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