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A Declaration of Love!

A Declaration of Love!

Meet John Muir's favorite feathered creatures: American dippers, small gray birds that spend their whole lives near and in mountain streams. This nonfiction book brimming with illustrations, lively verse and light humor is perfect for junior naturalists, educators, bird enthusiasts, national park visitors and anyone interested in how field biologists perform their work.

Meet John Muir's favorite feathered creatures: American dippers, small gray birds that spend their whole lives near and in mountain streams. This nonfiction book brimming with illustrations, lively verse and light humor is perfect for junior naturalists, educators, bird enthusiasts, national park visitors and anyone interested in how field biologists perform their work.

"Elvis is a Visla, a breed that needs a lot of exercise. For many years he was my husband's mountain bike riding companion and now he is my hiking companion. Even though he is now gray in the face, people still remark about how he acts like a puppy - running ahead on the trail, getting exited when meeting new dogs, and spontaneously jumping into a stream to get a stick. He is a true part of our family and a joy to be around."

"Elvis is a Visla, a breed that needs a lot of exercise. For many years he was my husband's mountain bike riding companion and now he is my hiking companion. Even though he is now gray in the face, people still remark about how he acts like a puppy - running ahead on the trail, getting exited when meeting new dogs, and spontaneously jumping into a stream to get a stick. He is a true part of our family and a joy to be around."

Gray Wolf  Saw a wolf in MT, but it was black - with a collar.

Gray Wolf Saw a wolf in MT, but it was black - with a collar.

chasingrainbowsforever:  “Red Fox Baby” ~ By Debbie DiCarlo on Flickr.

chasingrainbowsforever: “Red Fox Baby” ~ By Debbie DiCarlo on Flickr.

15 Incredible Photos That'll Remind You to Be Awed by Planet Earth | <strong>First Place Winner, Conservation Imagery</strong><br /> "Beast in the Garden" <br />Mountain lion (<em>Puma concolor</em>) <br />Location: Boulder, Colorado <br /> | Credit: <a href=” https://www.flickr.com/photos/calacademy/14594210208/in/set-72157645790809003/” target=” blank”>Morgan Heim</a> (Boulder, Colorado)<br /> | From Wired.com

15 Incredible Photos That'll Remind You to Be Awed by Planet Earth

15 Incredible Photos That'll Remind You to Be Awed by Planet Earth | <strong>First Place Winner, Conservation Imagery</strong><br /> "Beast in the Garden" <br />Mountain lion (<em>Puma concolor</em>) <br />Location: Boulder, Colorado <br /> | Credit: <a href=” https://www.flickr.com/photos/calacademy/14594210208/in/set-72157645790809003/” target=” blank”>Morgan Heim</a> (Boulder, Colorado)<br /> | From Wired.com

Bluebirds are enjoying the Spring in our area.  We have a Tennessee Bluebird Society for those interested.

Bluebirds are enjoying the Spring in our area. We have a Tennessee Bluebird Society for those interested.

Bird feeding    Developing bird-friendly habitat in your yard is the best way to attract a greater variety of species and to support local and migrating species. Native plants provide food and cover, are more insect and disease resistant than non-native species, and may require less water. A list of bird-friendly native plants for is available.

Bird feeding Developing bird-friendly habitat in your yard is the best way to attract a greater variety of species and to support local and migrating species. Native plants provide food and cover, are more insect and disease resistant than non-native species, and may require less water. A list of bird-friendly native plants for is available.

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