Hey Howl Pack

It’s Mae Polzine! I started this blog back in 2015 to be a place where I could be creative and share things that I love. So, I post a variety of things. I stream a variety of things (gaming, body paint, art, etc.) on Twitch multiple times a week, with stream highlights and all VODs posted on my YouTube Channel.

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Learning Conflict Resolutions Through Nature: Chimpanzees

On the next Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature, I’m going to be focusing on conflict resolutions which can be witnessed through chimpanzees. They live in close proximity to each other and exchange grooming, hugs and kisses, which serves to diffuse the chances of future conflict. After fights, the chimp who comes off worse in a conflict is the one who initiates reconciliation.

Learning Coordination Through Nature: Orcas

In the next part of the “Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature” series, I’m going to be focusing on coordination through ocras, or killer whales as they are more commonly called. Orcas are one of the most dangerous predators that roam the seas. They hunt almost anything from seals to penguins to other whales even ones bigger than they are. Hence the nickname Killer Whale.


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Learning Teamwork Through Nature: Lions

Continuing on my Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature series, I’m going to be focusing on teamwork from the lions. As they are very well known for working as teams on all levels from fighting against intruders, controlling territories, and for hunting. Territories are often held by several males in coalitions. They are also a universal symbol of power and strength. The females work together during hunts to bring down elephants and other large animals. They need to be calculated and work together to ensure the hunt goes well. If it doesn’t that can be the difference between life and death for them. Males also assist with big kills and protection of the territory.