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Gifted Materials: angora wool, horsehair, Canadian goose, peacock feathers.

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We’ve got the bird feeders cleared and reloaded with seed and suet. But! Exciting news is that the orphan fawn is looking good, and she seems to have reconnected with her twin who we haven’t seen since early Nov 2019! Relief that she has a warm body to cuddle. She just stares at the snow, baby’s first snowfall!
Birds at the feeders include Stellar Jays, Robins, spotted towhees. Chestnut-backed chickadees, house sparrows, seagull came through, and we’re pretty sure the rat is in the rock wall all toasty under the Xmas lights. #yyj #snowfall #urbananimals #winter

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Carollyne Yardley Omnimedia

Carollyne Yardley is an inter-disciplinary artist, speculative designer, and squirrel lover. Her practice is driven by research into the changing relationships between humans and non-humans in our urban environments, and imagining possible futures through hybrid-human development.

Carollyne Yardley has garnered all levels of press in Canada, featured in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, CTV News, CBC Radio, online weblogs, and the covers of several books and magazines.

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