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The Fool's Journey

Matt Stansberry
Matt Stansberry

Rust Belt Writer

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Consider the Coywolf

James Freitas
James Freitas

Freelance Writer

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The Eyes of an Owl

Greg Ripley
Greg Ripley

Author

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Modern Nineteenth-Century Lady Naturalist

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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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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Do Not Do

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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Sharing the Path

Florence Williams
Florence Williams

Fellow

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The Fox and the Moon

Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber

Biophilosopher and Writer

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Carrying the Wild Home

Naomi Racz
Naomi Racz

Writer

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Green Magic

J.P. Grygny
J.P. Grygny

Writer

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Rangitoto Island: The Resilience of Nature

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

Fine Art Photographer and Author

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What the White Panther Meant to Me

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Assistant Professor at…

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Happily Ever After? Translocation as a Solution to Human-Wildlife Conflict

Liza Watson Lehrer
Liza Watson Lehrer

Urban Wildlife Ecologist for Lincoln Par…

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Some Remove

Christopher Reiger
Christopher Reiger

Writer, Photographer, Fine Artist

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The Bear and Me

Matthew Wills
Matthew Wills

Naturalist and Blogger

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Acoustic Ecology and Ethical Listening

Eric Leonardson
Eric Leonardson

Acoustic Ecologist

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#1000UrbanMiles—Where Have We Gone, What Have We Seen?

Liam Heneghan
Liam Heneghan

Professor - DePaul University

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Muir and Plato Go for a Stroll

Evan Edwards
Evan Edwards

Higher Education Professional, Philosoph…

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Wildlife in Chicago & Fracking in Southern Illinois: Ecological and Human Connections

Michael Bryson
Michael Bryson

Professor, Paddler, Writer

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Journey through a Wild World (Congress)

Cathy Geraghty
Cathy Geraghty

Director of Strategic Initiatives, FPCC

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