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Eden Lost

Arthur Melville Pearson
Arthur Melville Pearson

Craftsman, Director, Volunteer

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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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Solar Flare

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Dawn Chorus in the City

Alexi Francis
Alexi Francis

Writer and Illustrator

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Beetle Love and Raspberry Perspectives

Brooke Parry Hecht
Brooke Parry Hecht

President

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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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Winter Bobcat, Watching

Rob Rich
Rob Rich

Naturalist, 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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Creature Comforts

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Program Director - Illinois Science and…

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Of Kangaroos and Buckthorn

Andrea Friederici Ross
Andrea Friederici Ross

Author

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Tufted Titmouse, Suburban Mom

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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The Secrets of Leaves

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

Freelance Writer and Developer

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Backyard Birds

Catherine Game
Catherine Game

Director of Communications and Engagemen…

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Learning to Love Nature through the Lightning Bug

Jeremy Ohmes
Jeremy Ohmes

Communications Manager

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Parenting an Urban Naturalist

Kathy Herwig
Kathy Herwig

Copywriter and Digital Strategist

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The Killing

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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Deadly Deer

Susan J. Tweit
Susan J. Tweit

Plant Ecologist & Author

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Long Live the Tree

Francie Muraski-Stotz
Francie Muraski-Stotz

Freelance Writer and Developer

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Earth Creatures

Andrea Friederici Ross
Andrea Friederici Ross

Author

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A Tree Grows in Rogers Park

Umberto Tosi
Umberto Tosi

Author, Editor

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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