Walk Around Turtle Island December issue now on line!
Dennis Vieira, author of the recently published Totem Animals: A Lecture: presents the monthly online magazine Walk Around Turtle Island (formerly Do You Know?) It is an informative website on
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Do You Know!?; Featured Next Month!; Kachinas; Native Words this month!!;
Native Words (Additional);
At The Navajo Nation Zoo; Cie Simurro~Thunderbird Starwoman; Consider This…;Craft Project!; (New) Deer Isle: Maine. It's Fauna and Flora over the Seasons of Year; Finned Ones; Frog Folk;From the Black Lodge Native American Monsters; Hočąk (Winnebago) Mythology; In the Night…; Native American Foods, Feasts, and Festivals; Plant Persons; Photo Gallery!; Special feature; (New) Sunflower Showcase; The Crawlers; The Standing Tall Persons; What?!);Wingeds;
Plenty Basket: Extra!; Recipes featured this month!; Maple Cookie Sticks
Hickory Devilled Eggs
Premier of new Native Words Additional series!
Winter time birds of the Arboreal forest
Kachinas; Snow Kachina/ Nuvak'china
(What?!); What?! Women of some Canadian tribes used Red Squirrel nests as menstrual pads?!
Premiering this month!
The North American mammals, many of whom provided Native Americans with subsistence means.; North American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus)
Native American Zodiac Meanings; Goose: Dec 22 - Jan 19
At The Navajo Nation Zoo; (Abert's/ Tassel-eared Squirrel)
(What?!); What?! The American red squirrel will eat baby bunnies?!
Deer Isle: Maine. It's Fauna and Flora over the Seasons of Year; (Winter) Part One: December
Plenty Basket; (Native and traditional American food recipes!); Native Harvested Summer and Autumn Foods: The Harvested Bounty on holiday tables!
(What?!); What?! The American red squirrel serves as a host to some 25 species of fleas?!
Hočąk (Winnebago) Mythology; (Entry: Squirrels)
Craft Project!; Winter Feeding Birds: Part Two: Bird food ornaments and hangings
(What?!); What?! Pinyon Pine popular for use as a Christmas tree in the southwest?!
Featured Next Month!
Next Issue (January)
Hopefully ready by or before, third week January.