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Writing the Wild Within: Part 5 – Why Fly when You can Soar?

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Lean your face towards the sun.  Watch them.  They circle round and around, flying higher and higher.  That’s what they do.  And it’s most natural to them. Red-tail hawks fly in thermal air currents.  Because it’s easy.  After all, why … Continue reading

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Writing the Wild Within: Part 4 – Standing Out From the Crowd

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Ungulates do not want to stand out from the crowd.  They seek the protection of a herd. Equally, certain species of fish do not want to stand out from the crowd.  They seek the protection of a school. Large groups … Continue reading

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Writing the Wild Within: Part 3 – Squirrel Away Your Energy

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If you will watch an animal in the wild you will notice it doesn’t waste any energy.  All of the available energy an animal has goes into finding food, finding shelter, mating, and feeding its young.  An animal really doesn’t … Continue reading

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