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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.




We will not be tamed.

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Yael Wolfe

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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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