Monthly Archives: July 2015

Nature: From Identification to Emotion.

Our efforts to engage people with nature are often based on knowledge and identification. A national paper last weekend gave a couple of good examples – watching birds had 6 pages on identification, while going to the local woods was … Continue reading

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The Blackbird’s Final Song

As the blackbird’s sing their final songs of summer, I thought I’d share some words that emerged as I sat listening to their song; an imagined journey to a time when blackbird’s sing no more – it could form an … Continue reading

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