Sparrow in hand

— by Susan Eirich, Ph.D. — It’s been snowing and snowing here---a welcome event as that is a normal winter for us. It is what life is adapted to here. Snow insulates the ground and the roots of the trees from the cold. The voles burrow along under the snow in long tunnels, feeding the magnificent great gray owls that come every winter. It gives us our water in the spring as it seeps into the aquifer below, nurturing plant life along the way. Sparrows in the trees | Earthfire However, for one unfortunate sparrow, plump and lazy from the easy pickings of stealing the chicken’s food, the snow was not a blessing. As the snow accumulates on the red metal roof above the horse,...

21 October 2016

Earthfire

We named her Earthfire because she had a fire in her belly to protect anything vulnerable. Here she greets another wolf’s puppy, melting in a puddle of maternal feeling.   [gallery size="full" ids="2124,2123,2122,2121,2120,2119,2118"]

15 July 2016

Cucumber

A cool and independent wolf, Cucumber changed dramatically after a near death experience and became a wolf ambassador to humans.   [gallery size="full" ids="909,914,913,915"]

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Apricot

Apricot the wolf cured herself from distemper to the brain, but was left with neurological symptoms that could not be treated by western medicine. She was cured by energy work that she amazingly, immediately embraced from a strange human.   [gallery size="full" ids="1718,1716,1719,1717"]

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Thunder

Thunder was a magnificent wolf who lived to a ripe old age. When he passed, all of the wolves grieved, and howled him through his passage.   [gallery size="full" ids="1722,1724,1723,1725"]

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