The Tracker - Chickadee Survival and Jersey Devil Summary & Analysis

Tom Brown (naturalist)
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Chickadee Survival and Jersey Devil Summary

Stalking Wolf respects chickadees because of their stout spirit. Like the chickadee, Rick and Brown love cold stormy weather. Storms offer no threat to a person who is in the flow of nature.

The boys are Boy Scouts, but the Scouts don't have much to teach them. They attend the Boy Scout winter camp. A snow storm begins, and when the snow comes in, they move gently through the woods, like chickadees.The Scouts have built a big lean-to and prepare for the storm. The leaders are panicked, certain the big storm will kill them. Rick and Brown reassure them, and build a fire for the Scouts. Brown and Rick laugh at the Scouts, because they are missing all the excitement from the storm. Someone finally does come and rescue the Scouts. Rick and Brown...

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