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Day 1: Welcoming and a bear shooting 

Morning campers.
It is currently 6:10 in this eerie woodland that I will call home for the next 8 weeks. The air is fresh and cool with morning dew and last night’s rain. 396 more words

North America

Reading mammal activity signs

Since my childhood I have been very interested in tracks of mammals and  in the entire variety of activity signs of mammals and birds on the whole.  130 more words

Former Studies

Analysis of predation in vertebrate community

In the period of 1993-2010 I led the Vertebrate Predation Research Group in the same research Institute of zoology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. The group consisted of 3-12 colleagues (including PhD-students and Diploma-students) and was aimed to investigate vertebrate predators,  mainly carnivores, but also owls, diurnal raptors and snakes. 194 more words

Former Studies

Brown Bear, Brown Bear -  read out loud by Rumi

We recently added Eric Carle and Bill Martin Jr’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? to our growing stash of picture books and I am just wondering how we did not buy it earlier; it is so simple and catchy with Carle’s trademark gorgeous illustrations. 51 more words


4 Legs

Cypress Tunnel at Point Reyes National Seashore. Photo by Nick Steinberg. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 4/23/17.

Highly intelligent and resourceful, raccoons are one of the most widespread mammals in North America. 181 more words


365 Challenge: Day 91 - Brown (Color)

Brown: of a color produced by mixing red, yellow, and blue, as of dark wood or rich soil

Sunday posts, the end of each week, have become a theme on This-Is-My-Truth-Now, organized by groups of five (5). 1,076 more words

365 Day Challenge

Hide and Seek with Bears and Boys

Writing Residency Day 9 (last day *sobs*):

I understand now why mountainy people get up early:

1st photo: from my room at 7:30 am.

2nd photo: from the office window 7:35 am. 996 more words

On Writing