Who will win the “Outta Sight” birding tournament? Will it be “Team Palomas,” “Team Caracaras,” or “Team Tweety Birds?” Sometimes, when one sense is lost, another is gained. What that sense is, exactly, is not heard or seen or even described – it is felt. And it is experienced most powerfully through the healing connection to the wild and natural world. This feeling is universal: “If you are alive, if you can hear, if you can see, if your heart is pumping, if you are breathing . . . the sound of nature opens up your thoughts.” – Jessica Garza
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