Walk Around Turtle Island March 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 Native Americans, and North American Wildlife. Go to:
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DARTMOUTH, Mass. - March 12, 2019 - PRLog -- Monthly Features

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

Native Words (Additional); Plenty Basket; Plenty Basket: Extra!; Recommended Books: (Native American subject books by other authors!); Talking Stick (Editor's Comment); Through the Moons: (The Native American 13month Calendar of the Year); List of Pow-Wows, Socials, and Special Events;

Semiregular Features

Andre's Sea folk; Totems by guest columnist Cie Simurro~Thunderbird Starwoman; At The Navajo Nation Zoo; Breath Through Blowhole; Consider This…; Craft Project!; Frog Folk; From the Black Lodge Native American Monsters; (New) Native Shaman's Shield; Furry Folk; Hočąk (Winnebago) Mythology; In the Night…;  Native American Foods, Feasts, and Festivals; Plant Persons; Photo Gallery!;  Special feature; The Crawlers; The First Scout: Mystic Warriors Of The Great Plains; The Standing Tall Persons; Turtle Folk; Wildlife Terminology; (What?!); Wingeds; Zuni Totem Animals

March Issue topics



Premier of two New Native Words Additional Series!

What's in season

(The wild and cultivated foods of the seasons of the year!)

N.A. Northeast Spring and Summer birds

Plenty Basket: Extra!




Special feature; Native Shaman's Shield: #4. Skunk (body parts)

Breath Through Blowhole: North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis)

Plenty Basket (Native and traditional American food recipes!): March is still a time for hearty fare

CURRENT TOTEMS ARTICLE, Totems: Starfish, Part 2, by Cie Simurro, a.k.a. Thunderbird Starwoman

(What?!): What?! During their breeding season the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker will territorial drum even on street signs?!

Kachinas: Giant/ Black Ogre/ Chaveyo Kachina

Wingeds: Yellow-bellied sapsucker (Sphyrapicus varius)

The Standing Tall Persons: North American Elm trees (Ulmaceae family)

Featured Next Month!

Next Issue April

Hopefully ready by or before, third week April


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