Two Yards: How a Fawn’s Choice Explains Conservation in a Nutshell

Her spotted body an almost perfect cover, she has bedded down next to the birdbath which I just filled again an hour ago. I had gone outside in the early dark, the breezes whipping the blue spruce and pines, to pour big pitchersful of cool water for the wildlife in our 90+ heat. She darted across the yard to hide in the dense brush, to peek at me through the leaves, as I…

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Horizon Huntress, prize-winning author, adventure traveler, boundary-pusher, wilder, veteran, aging vibrantly. I own my sh*t. Let’s play! www.walkaboutsaga.com

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