Walk Around Turtle Island March issue now on line!

Dennis Vieira, former writer of the columns:author of published Totem Animals: A Lecture: presents the monthly online magazine Walk Around Turtle Island (formerly Do You Know?) An informative website on Native Americans, and North American Wildlife.
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DARTMOUTH, Mass. - March 12, 2018 - PRLog -- Monthly Features

Do You Know!?; Featured Next Month!; Kachinas; Native Words this month!;

Native Words (Additional); Places To See!;Plenty Basket; Plenty Basket: Extra!;

Recommended Books: (Native American subject books by other authors!);Shamanic Spirit Medicine Wheel; Talking Stick (Editor's Comment); Through the Moons: (The Native American 13month Calendar of the Year); 2016 List of Pow-Wows, Socials, and Special Events; Wildlife Terminology

Semiregular Features

(New) Totems by guest columnist Cie Simurro~Thunderbird Starwoman; At The Navajo Nation Zoo; (New) Breath Through Blowhole; Consider This…;Craft Project!; Deer Isle: Maine. It's Fauna and Flora over the Seasons of Year; Finned Ones; Frog Folk;From the Black Lodge Native American Monsters;Furry Folk; Hočąk (Winnebago) Mythology; In the Night…; (New) Native American Food Ingredients; Native American Foods, Feasts, and Festivals; Plant Persons; Photo Gallery!; Special feature; The Crawlers; (New) The First Scout: Mystic Warriors Of The Great Plains; The Standing Tall Persons; What?!);Wingeds; Zuni Totem Animals

Plenty Basket: Extra!

Recipes featured this month!


Sugared Cranberry Trail Mix

Premier: New Native Words Additional series! Southwestern Spring and Summer Season birds

The Standing Tall Persons: American beech/North American beech (Fagus grandifolia)

Native American Foods, Feasts, and Festivals: The Return of the Pacific Northwest Potlach Feasts

Native American Food Ingredients: #23. MAPLES (Aceraceae)

Plenty Basket: Native Festival Foods: East and West

Wingeds: Sandhill Crane (Antigone/Grus canadensis)

CURRENT TOTEMS ARTICLE: Sparrow, Part 2; by Cie Simurro, a.k.a. Thunderbird Starwoman

Kachinas: Cow/Wakas Kachina

Consider This…: Seasons (and birding) run a little differently in the Southwest region!

The Crawlers: Geoduck Clam (Panopea generosa)

Featured Next Month!

Next Issue April

Hopefully ready by or before, third week April.


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