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Run For The Hills

Hills  walks, hikes and sunbathing is up this summer. More and more people are taking half day trips and evening outings to get out of smoggy cities, enclosed houses and all that rubbishness, to enjoy the quaint and enjoyable, breathable atmosphere of their local hills and areas. 259 more words

Niceties

Oh wait, what? Poem

There it is again,

The constant nagging of my inner “voices”

Why won’t they leave me alone?                                        

Do I really want them to though, because then I would have no real strength. 126 more words

Poem Sharing

Mystery 'Dogman' Beast Shot in Montana Was Just a Gray Wolf, DNA Shows

A mysterious “canid animal” shot by a Montana rancher in May had wildlife officials scratching their heads about what kind of beast it was, but DNA testing finally has answers. 84 more words

A Wolf's Cry

By: Izzy Hendershot, Staff Writer

A wolf’s cry is what I hear at night. This is the first time I’ve ever heard it. It’s an unsettling sound to hear so late at night. 751 more words

Creative

The Origin of the Werewolf Superstition (1909)

This short text by Caroline Taylor Stewart is packed with all manner of references and academic insights.

A recommended addition to any library of Werewolf lore.

Full PDF here

Werewolf

Nope o’clock: Wildlife changing their activity patterns to avoid humans

Do you get your groceries at 2am? Excluding shift workers, for most of us, that’s a time of day when our heads are comfortably resting on our pillows. 731 more words

Ecology

Mystery of 'wolf-like' creature solved after DNA tested

The mystery is over: Wildlife officials have confirmed that an unusual-looking animal shot in central Montana was a grey wolf.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials initially weren’t certain what the creature was when a rancher shot it in May. 137 more words

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