Walk Around Turtle Island March issue now on line!

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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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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

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March Issue topics

Heeey-Yaaaaahhhhh!

(Announcement!)

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!

IRISH COLCANNON

NO-BAKE MINT CHOCOLATE LASAGNA DESSERT

RECIPE

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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Dennis Vieira
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