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We’d like to take this opportunity to say goodbye to our intern Kristen, who is finishing her internship, graduating and going on to college to major in Landscape Architecture. She has impressed us with her dedication, enthusiasm, cheerfulness and hard work – especially on the Bringing Back The Natives Project. We will miss her and wish her good luck in the future!

This week, along with our heartfelt appreciation for all our health care providers and essential workers and our best wishes for the health and safety of our SFLA Community, we send you some wildlife-inspired haikus from the SFLA Team.

Grey skies threaten rain
in California spring time.
Still the ground is dry
Strolling down the trail,
a sudden discovery,
a banana slug

Mouths chew on green leaves,
lacy holes promise new life
birthing butterflies
Upon bare Spring branch,
Squirrel scampers, romps and knows,
Treasure is buried
Honey bees buzzing
What flowers will they visit?
Bringing pollen home
Silent, owl waits.
Wide eyes never miss their mark;
wisdom is not loud.

Twitching tail slashes
whiskers quiver as he chirps
Housebound, still he hunts
Quivering feathers
whistles ring out loud and clear
quailing quail flee

If you have a wildlife-inspired haiku, we’d love for you to share it with us!

The SFLA Team

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