Category Archives for Rewilding Revealed

SURRENDERING

By Michael Soule’ I surrender to snakes because few of them abandon the ground of being. I surrender to toads because they never lose faith, at least in rain. I surrender to cats because they never lie. I surrender to weather because it is unpredictable. I surrender to deserts because emptiness is possibility. I surrender to Nature because diversity is beauty. I […]

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Birds of Greece

by Gary Lawless on Delos where Apollo and Artemis were born – where Magpie, on a column, flew as a Dark Bird. Delos of Dry Stone, where Gods Rise from Rock – dolphins and lizards, Lions to welcome the Gods of Light – wild herbs, and the birds, flying through the Sacred, every day. _____________________________________ […]

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Family Portraits

An introduction to photographs from an anonymous friend of wildlife… With patience and kindness, people can coexist with wildlife. With exceptional generosity and understanding, people can even befriend wildlife, as famously exemplified by Saint Francis of Asissi, Jane Goodall, and Roger Payne. A more anonymous exemplar has been living for the past two decades quietly […]

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Rewilding Distilled

By John Davis Rewilding, in essence, is giving the land back to wildlife and wildlife back to the land. It is restoring natural processes and species, then stepping back so the land can express its own will.  Rewilding often focuses on the apex predators – like wolves, great cats, crocodiles, sharks, and salmon — and […]

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The Good News

By Gary Lawless Roads disappear, and the caribou wander through. The beaver just gets tired of it, reaches up, through the ice, grabs the trapper’s feet and pulls him down. Wolves come back on their own, circle the State House, howl at the Governor, and piss on the ATVs. Trees grow everywhere. The machines stop, […]

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