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June 05, 2009


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Thanks for the update on the trillium, though your report is very troubling. I hope you can get someone interested in getting to the root of the problem.


thank you for posting pictures of the naturebook- the illustrations are beautiful!


Another extraordinary post Margie, I often feel like a child when I am immersed in your words, I love learning from you. You live in a magical place, I miss the larger creatures, we have no deer, foxes or badgers here. By way of compensation we do have the Red Squirrel, I have only seen a little glimpse of one. Oh and puffins too. There are a few patches of woodland which we plan to visit with Ishi at the weekend.


Oh Margie, all the photos are so lovely & match the illustrations so perfectly ! It must be so thrilling to read such a book !
Thanks for keeping us updated about the poor trilliums. I'm so impressed how much you involve, you're such a model for us all. Wouldn't there be an extra problem with the bees (themselves endangered) & pollinating or spreading other diseases ? (OK, I'm no scientist but just wonder) Anyway, this is terribly sad. :(
Thank you very much Margie, you always make me keep my eyes & mind open. Much love xoxoxo


um, I meant "you get involve", sorry.


The trilliums ares so beautiful, I hope you unlock the mystery. I'm glad someone like you cares enough to ask the right questions and not give up on them.
Your book is beautiful, lovely illustrations and old line art. It's fantastic to see the woodland flowers and fauna in your corner of the globe. Thanks for opening the book to show us some images, especially nice to see them in the context of the real environment via your photos. Happy weekend Margie :)

andrea gutierrez

oh dear sweet little raccoon!!


Thank you very much Margie, for inviting us in your fantastic book ! I really love these vintage illustrations wonderfully and pertinently complete with your own nature discoveries. I'm sure that one day we'll find in bookstores "Margie's Nature Notebook" !
How fabulous imagining snails, rancoons, deer or black bears living close to you ...

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