and Where the Wildlife Go.
by Randie Adams
Wildland fires have always been a part of our landscape burning at a variety of intensities. Wildlife have learned how to follow the path of these wildland fires and how to use the landscape to benefit their lives. “Wildland Wildfires” looks into many wildlife species found within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and helps us understand the benefits that a natural wildland fire can bring.
Randie Adams was raised in southwest Montana. She graduated from Montana State University receiving two bachelor’s degrees in Rangeland Ecology & Management and Organismal Biology.
I SEE MANY THINGS
I Sense Them: Book 1 (IMBESHWAABANDAAN)
by Erika Bailey-Johnson
Each of the books in this Imbeshwaabandaan series guide the child on a wonderful adventure with Mother Earth, written in both the English and Ojibwe languages. Most of the Ojibwe phrases rhyme with an English phrase to help the reader pronounce the word. The images in these books were designed by kids, for kids. Adults will enjoy sharing these lessons about how our senses communicate with the natural world.
Erika is a descendant of the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe.
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