Category Archives: Nature Stories

The Towhee of Notre-Dame

Her thin, elongated feet and delicate toes are mechanisms of terror for the unsuspecting. Her bright, umber brown eyes are still, alert for an identifiable shape, any movement on the nearby ground. She steps forward. Cocks her head. Watching. A … Continue reading

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Nature, American Values, and Marshal South

If we stray too close to Marshal South, the celebrated back-to-nature visionary, the story of his dreams and the sudden destruction of all he held dear challenges us to evaluate our own lives and perceptions in uncomfortable ways. But it … Continue reading

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Love on the Fireline

There are a thousand ways to show that you care for the environment¬†you share with others, the legacy you will leave to future generations, and the life that surrounds you.¬†Yet running through each caring action is the fundamental belief that … Continue reading

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