Range Tracking

A Panther Story


The stone panther at the Environmental Learning Center used to be around a corner of their driveway in a location that would cause quite a surprise to unwary motorists as they rounded the bend and it came into view, especially at night. I admit to getting a bit of a jolt the first time the headlights hit the panther coming out of the bushes and, for a brief second, thought I was seeing the real thing. Now the panther statue, looking a bit sad, has been relegated to a backlot and is mostly unseen by visitors. Times change, as the stone panther has learned, and the future is just one of ever expanding dullness.

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