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Looking for Owls

Clare Butterfield
Clare Butterfield

Executive Director - Christopher Family…

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Steve, a Seagull Story

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Celebrating a Centennial in the Dunes

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

Fine Art Photographer and Author

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Belonging in the City

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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Grass: Breaking the Chain of Geese, Gulls, Goldfish, and Green Goo

Steve Sullivan
Steve Sullivan

Senior Curator of Urban Ecology - Peggy…

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In the Heat of the City: Remembering Eugene Williams

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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The Fisherman

Mary Cross
Mary Cross

Art Professor, Photographer and Textuali…

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The Red-winged Knows: Rewilding on a Chicago Shore

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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The Nature of My Inspiration

Keara McGraw
Keara McGraw

Artist and Illustrator

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Walking Out

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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The Last Village by the Lake

Michael McColly
Michael McColly

Writer, Teacher

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Jim Corbett, Truant Sea Lion of Lake Michigan

Will Gosner
Will Gosner

Writer

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Why I Paint City Creatures

Michelle Kogan
Michelle Kogan

Artist, Adjunct Associate Professor at S…

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The Wildness of Being

Mary Cross
Mary Cross

Art Professor, Photographer and Textuali…

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The Gemstone Beetle

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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Secret Beaches

Brooke Parry Hecht
Brooke Parry Hecht

President

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City Along a Flyway

Kate Cummings
Kate Cummings

Editor, Questions for a Resilient Future

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The Country-City of Creaturely Soundscapes

Andrew Yang
Andrew Yang

Associate Professor of Liberal Arts - Sc…

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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