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Wilder

What I’ve Learned from Observing Animals in the Wild

Tips for those who want to get to know nature a little better

Copyright Yael Wolfe

As a child, I always had a fantasy of living in a tree house out in the woods somewhere. I’d eat off plates made from the tops of acorns and my best friends would be the animals that lived in the forest.

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We will not be tamed.

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I just want to be a big, bad wolf. | Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gleDcD | Email: welcome@yaelwolfe.com

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