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In The Garden

Jennifer Scarlott on all of the ways that the beauty of the world we live in makes itself seen and heard, touched and smelled, in the smallest, most ordinary and often fleeting moments.

Tibbett’s Brook

After years of being resigned to the sewers of New York, the Tibbett’s Brook will see the ‘light of the day’ once again, writes Jennifer Scarlott.

Trashing The Planet

Except for a tiny percentage of plastics that has been recycled, all plastic ever manufactured is still somewhere on the planet, much of it in the oceans, says Jennifer Scarlott.

The Kingdom Of Bhutan

Jennifer Scarlott writes about her daughter Julia’s study abroad programme in the peaceful, nature-loving country of Bhutan.

Thank You, Pope Francis

Jennifer Scarlott writes about Pope Francis’ efforts in taking on two of the most pressing issues of our times – climate change and animal welfare.

Nature Notes From New York City

Nature notes from New York City: paws, claws and more! Jennifer Scarlott writes from The Big Apple.

Dung Beetles

Jennifer Scarlott informs Sanctuary Cub readers about the important role that dung beetles play in the ecological cycle.

A Reason To Rejoice

Animal lovers have a reason to rejoice as a famous circus decides to phase out performing elephants, writes Jennifer Scarlott.

Earth-Bound Phoenixes

Jennifer Scarlott piques your curiosity about two mythical creatures residing in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.

The Great Horned Owl

It is winter and there are Great Horned Owls to be seen at the New York Botanical Garden, writes Jennifer Scarlott.

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