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It’s National Wildlife Week: March 17-23

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Thank you for posting this. I did not know it was wildlife week. To my readers, if you haven’t seen Serenity Spell click thru on this because you will fall in love with Florida if you haven’t already. If you are suffering the endless winter up north this will brighten your day!

Serenity Spell

It’s National Wildlife Week!

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Marsh Rabbit Baby, Florida Wetlands The ridiculously adorable marsh rabbit baby in the Florida wetlands — or as I call them, swamp bunnies

Founded by the National Wildlife Federation, National Wildlife Week is the organization’s “longest-running education program designed around teaching and connecting kids to the awesome wonders of wildlife.” The theme of 2014 — Wildlife and Water — is an effort to “provide fun and informative educational materials, curriculum and activities for educators and caregivers to use with kids.”

Sunning Alligator, Florida Everglades A cuddly and lazy sunning alligator in the northern section of the Florida Everglades

Living on the edge / vestiges of the magnificent Everglades, the theme of Wildlife and Water is perfection. From the marshes and swamps, to the ‘glades, to the lakes and rivers and open ocean, the opportunities to explore the wonders and beauties of our unique wildlife are endless in South…

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Author: ohnwentsya

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One thought on “It’s National Wildlife Week: March 17-23

  1. Thanks so much for your kind words and re-post! The critters also thank you…. ♥

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