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Long Winter's Nap

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Modern Nineteenth-Century Lady Naturalist

Elizabeth Bastos
Elizabeth Bastos

Freelance Writer

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Solar Flare

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Spineless Samurai

Kieran Lindsey
Kieran Lindsey

Urban Wildlife Biologist

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Casual Encounters with the Goddess (A Salute to Spider)

Jeff Grygny
Jeff Grygny

Writer

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What the White Panther Meant to Me

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Visiting Professor of…

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Exile on Clark Street

Seth Magle
Seth Magle

Director, Urban Wildlife Institute

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The Pigeon Diaries

Kimberly Moynahan
Kimberly Moynahan

Science Writer and Blogger

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It Doesn’t Howl But It Might As Well

Florence Williams
Florence Williams

Fellow

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Down Clear Creek

David Taylor
David Taylor

Poet, Author, and Visiting Professor of…

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Vultures in Rosehill Cemetery

Terra Brockman
Terra Brockman

Speaker and Author

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Commonplace Nature, Close at Hand: Thinking about Leonard Dubkin as Spring Emerges

Michael Bryson
Michael Bryson

Professor, Paddler, Writer

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

Liam Heneghan
Liam Heneghan

Professor - DePaul University

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Drawing on Empathy

Susan Ask
Susan Ask

Founder and Director, Anamalia Project

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Dancing by the Marsh

Christopher Reiger
Christopher Reiger

Writer, Photographer, Fine Artist

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One Thousand Urban Miles: Take the Praeger Walking Challenge

Liam Heneghan
Liam Heneghan

Professor - DePaul University

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Biomimicry and Gentrification

Margo Farnsworth
Margo Farnsworth

Speaker, Writer, and Consultant

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Taking the Auspices

Joan Gibb Engel
Joan Gibb Engel

Writer

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The Buzz in the Treetops

Thomas E. Lovejoy
Thomas E. Lovejoy

Professor - George Mason University

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Chicago’s Natural History: What Remains Unknown? Almost Everything

Liam Heneghan
Liam Heneghan

Professor - DePaul University

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The Peregrine's City

Gavin Van Horn
Gavin Van Horn

Director, Cultures of Conservation

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