For Awe
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For Awe


Birdwatching in a Wetland

A moment of awe while observing wildlife

Common Merganser. Photo by Kim Zuch.

In states as dry as Nevada, wetlands are valuable. Rivers, lakes, and ponds draw a variety of wildlife, including ducks and other waterfowl, perching birds, birds of prey, beavers, deer, coyotes, bobcats, and more.




For true happiness and better physical and mental health, make way for awe. In the vastness of the universe, the opportunities for finding awe are unlimited. Sharing our experiences of awe increases the impact it has on us and further connects us for the greater good.

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Kim Zuch

Kim Zuch

I write about nature, birdwatching, the outdoors, and conservation issues. I like to share pictures and sometimes my dogs show up. Twitter: @kimclawson2

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