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Green Across the World Visits Wolfrun!

Students from Green Across the World (GATW) spent two wonderful days at Wolfrun with Susan Morse, learning to identify and learn about wildlife habitat and the need to conserve it for all species, including this young female wood frog being admired by a GATW student. This was GATW's 23rd visit to Wolfrun. Founder Peter Lynch assures us that GATW will be returning next year!

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Please consider supporting Susan Morse's research on her book project that will serve as a comprehensive tool to be used by wildlife biologists, naturalists, land trust officials, students, and the general public across North America to conserve critical wildlife habitat.

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Any wildlife enthusiast will savor our new updated and expanded compilation of Susan Morse's wildlife essays originally published in Northern Woodlands Magazine. Inside are 80 fully illustrated essays - each with fascinating facts and anecdotes about 24 species; from beaver and black bear to wolves, woodchuck and everything between. Included are many more of Susan's award-winning photos.
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