Monthly Archives: April 2014

Walking with Cranes

(April 19 note — because someone asked and it’s a good question. The interaction I saw was nothing like the amazing sandhill crane mating dance I’ve watched with wonder in the past.) Sandhill cranes walk slowly and deliberately, lifting a … Continue reading

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An Ecosystem Approach

I have been writing about red squirrels and thinking about wolves. My topic is reintroduction, and given that I’m living on the edge of Yellowstone National Park, it’s impossible to consider that topic without thinking about wolves. Even though I’m … Continue reading

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