Cat Poetry from our Poetry Collection “Two by Two”: Poem 31. Domestic

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Today’s post is an excerpt from our collection of poetry, Two by Two: Into the White. It is available for purchase for just 99 cents on Amazon! 31. domestic rounded mountain back dip of concave shoulder blades swish, swish, flick periscope … Read More

Living in the Southwest: While the Heat’s Away, the Animals Will Play

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Today’s post marks the start of a new series on this blog called Living in the Southwest. In this series i will be posting photos of the flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona. This post contains referral links. … Read More

Porcupine at the TFOB: Quills, Porcupettes, and Homeward Bound

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The next animal in our Tucson Festival of Books roundup is Rue, a North American Porcupine, and a resident of the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Thank you to Robin Kropp, Education Specialist from the Museum, for taking the time to show … Read More

Gila Monster at the TFOB: Osteoderms, ER Flashback, and Fat Tails

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The first panel we attended at the 2016 Tucson Festival of Books was presented by the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. We arrived at the tent half an hour before the program was scheduled to begin so we could pick the perfect seats to view the animals. The tent was empty, and we decided the front row was the obvious best choice.

Nature Notes: Hummingbird and Frost

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Hummingbirds are one of my all-time favorite animals. Over the past year and a half, thanks to my regularly refilling of the hummingbird feeder, they like me too, treating me to frequent visits to the backyard. This may not be surprising because according … Read More