Whispers from the Wild an invitation
By Susan B. Eirich, Ph.D. Founder& Executive Director, Earthfire Institute and a GCGI Senior Ambassador
‘Founded in 2000, Earthfire Institute is a sanctuary for rescued wildlife native to the Yellowstone to Yukon Wildlife Corridor. Living with these wild animals over their lifetimes, founder and Executive Director Susan B. Eirich, Ph.D. vividly illuminates the incredible connection of these animals to each other and to the humans who care for them. Through inspirational storytelling, Susan shares her experiences with these animals, in play, in love, and through their passing. From a wolf who maneuvered her way into cabin-living, to a developmentally delayed bear who deeply moved all who met him, these are the stories of the animals of Earthfire–a taste of the laughter, joy and love they brought, and the insights they offered.
Filled with hundreds of stunning color photographs and exclusive artwork, Whispers from the Wild is an immersive experience into the world of wild animals.
“These stories are rememberings of what humans and the other living beings who came before us once knew, that we share this gift of Earth and life, and that we must care for each other. They are moments of realization, efforts toward listening and speaking in ways we have all inherited yet forgotten, turned away from. They are connections between hearts and minds and voices across the divisions that “civilization” has imposed on our imaginations of what is real, human and animal. They are stories of loving, of being loved, and they open us to what is necessary at this crucial time.” —Stan Rushworth, author of Going to Water: The Journal of Beginning Rain; Diaspora’s Children; and co-editor with Dahr Jamail of We Are The Middle Of Forever: Indigenous Voices From Turtle Island On The Changing Earth’- Read more and buy the book HERE
Learn more about the Earth Institute and the Whispers from the Wild HERE
Unheard Invitations: All Life is Calling Susan B. Eirich 19 mins
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