Our Blue Heron Speaks featured poet for February 2014 is:
Rebecca Seymour has lived in and around Southeast Wisconsin’s Lake Country area for nearly 40 years. A writer and photojournalist, Rebecca has had hundreds of works published in award winning newspapers and magazines, including 30West, Metro Parent and the Oconomowoc Arts Center’s On the Arts. Her award winning column, Pebbles in My Pocket, published in the Oconomowoc Focus newspaper, is a reflection of living and loving in this little corner of Wisconsin.
A teacher naturalist, Rebecca spent five months living in a tent, working as a wilderness guide and camp cook in the most remote areas of the Grand Teton Wilderness in Wyoming. She developed and taught outdoor nature programs for children and families, has volunteered at the Retzer Nature Center in Waukesha and is an active member of the Wildlife In Need Center in Oconomowoc.
Visit the Blue Heron Speaks page on this site to read Rebecca Seymour’s poem, “Dakota Moon,” from her book, Connecting With Wisconsin Wildlife.