Alicia White

Unido: 17.nov.2015 Última actividad: 20.feb.2024 iNaturalist

My mother thought me years ago how to find joy in the tiniest of things. From lady bugs to trout lilies, from toads to robins. I don't take for granted the common residents in my world: I find a Cardinal's red feathers stunning, a Blue Skink's long blue tail fascinating, and the light pink petals of the Evening Primrose delicate.

Living in Wylie, Texas with my husband, two cats and a dog, I routinely grab my binoculars for birdwatching and talk a walk outside to see what new has popped up. Each year, we travel in a motor home to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks to photograph the amazing wildlife and stunning landscapes. I am a Wildlife Storyteller and Advocate and share my encounters with wildlife to inspire others to get outside and see why it's important to protect our wildlife and their habitat. Ask me about speaking to your group at

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