by Kurt Zuelsdorf
Elnor Islands patience is to be admired. Decades of debris rest on her feet and still she smiles. Before Saturday's clean up Elnor hoisted a spoonbill to the top of the roost to welcome the volunteers who endured the mud and muck on her shores to help make her shine. The circling osprey kept a watchful eye over the crew as did the brown pelican that swam just beyond the shore. We are committed to "Bringing Back the Birds" to Elnor and you can help.Nature is calling...can you hear it? It's a magical sound that can't be heard when swimming in the thoughts of every day life... it's a sense. It can't been seen in the news or on this laptop screen... it has to be experienced. It can't be touched through the glass of a car or the window at home... it must be caressed with your feet and fondled with your hands. What is nature saying to you today, are you listening?
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Kurt Zuelsdorf. Writer, Urban Tracker, Outdoor Enthusiast at Kayak Nature Adventures kayak and sup rentals