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Hellbenders Rock!

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Falling in love with hellbenders was easy.  Memorializing this prehistoric looking creature in stone, not so easy. But once you see “Hellbenders Rock”, a first-ever hellbender sculpture for Dale, you may fall in love too. Falling in love…with a hellbender! Our love story began with a Facebook post… And then a blog: Hellbender Homewrecker? Not Me! But first, you…

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Our Love Story in Stone, an Article in Foothills Magazine

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Our love story told by Vince Verrecchio in Foothills Magazine, Feb 2018. Enjoy and let us know what you think! And for a closer glimpse of some of the sculptures, check out our Sculpture Gallery.   And for a great read, here is the entire magazine: SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave…

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Your Life Depends on Horseshoe Crab Blood.

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Without help from horseshoe crab blood, we could all die.  So can shorebirds called red knots. And so could your dog.  Seriously? We are all connected. We hear that phrase so many times we tend to discount it. But how are humans, horseshoe crabs, dogs, and shorebirds all connected? This is starting to sound like a bad…

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What do starfish and elephants have in common?

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  We can’t imagine what a starfish and an elephant might have in common. They eat different things. Starfish eat meat (hmm, that is interesting) and elephants eat plants. There are only 3 species of elephant, but over 2,000 species of starfish.  They are completely different sizes, with elephants weighing thousands of pounds and starfish weighing…

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A New Public Art Sculpture, “Tails to Rails”

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Emotional, connected and energized. Three words Dale uses to describe how he feels about his new public art sculpture, “Tails to Rails”. Emotional The sculpture was installed in its final resting place in downtown Tryon, NC in Nov 2017 (read about its inspiration in our blog “Tails to Rails”). Launching a new public art initiative in…

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Newsletter Fall, 2017

Newsletter Fall 2017

Bats, Hellbenders, Frogs & “Tails to Rails”. Oh, and Polar Bears!   Our Fall, 2017 Newsletter. We hope everyone had a great summer. We had a blast! Traveling to Nanuk Lodge outside Churchill, Manitoba in September was truly a trip of a lifetime. We had an amazing time learning about polar bears, wolves, moose, and…

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Our Idea of Paradise!

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Walking (yes, walking) with polar bears in the wild, northern lights and no humans for a hundred miles. Our idea of paradise! And where in the world are we? At Nanuk Lodge, one of the Churchill Wild lodges (also part of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World). The lodge is 100 miles from Churchill,…

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Weiler Woods for Wildlife Newsletter April, 2017

We hope you enjoy our first newsletter. And thanks for taking time to read it. We really want to hear your feedback. If you have ideas, call or email us. If you love something, let us know. If you don’t like something, let us know but maybe gently. Reach out. Buy a sculpture. Join us in…

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Dale Weiler & A Snowy Owl Bronze.

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Our first video starring Dale Weiler and our cute snowy owl bronze. Please let us know what you think of our first video attempt. While it is not perfect, it sure is fun! And we have raised over $12,000 for The Roger Tory Peterson Institute.  We hope to raise $50,000 with your help. To learn more…

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