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It is a survivor like man, clever and adaptable. This Anishinabe symbol from creation, this "animal most like a man," may owe its survival to its mysterious relationship with humankind. This page intentionally left blank 2 First Citizen of Minnesota This page intentionally left blank O N ONE OF EARLY June's more hospitable mornings, Julie and I were making our desultory way along the bog shoreline of Gunflint's narrow, westmost bay, canoeing with no destination, just poking around. The little bay was calm, but out on the big lake little gusts of wind sent wavelets skittering around in several directions, as though the morning wind hadn't yet made up its mind about a direction.
I guided the canoe slowly next to a fallen log pointing out from shore, stepped out into the shallow water, and waded through the tall grass, which would conceal me for the moment. I wanted to approach the grove from above, thinking I'd have a better look into it if I were higher, so I went up the hill as carefully and quietly as I could, stooping low and avoiding the grasp of the gnarled alder bushes that thinned as I got farther up the slope. Up there were big granite slabs and stout cedars to hide behind.
A wordless shrug of the shoulders was the only answer I got. The mystery is still unsolved. 3 Hunter of the High Places This page intentionally left blank O UR FEW ACRES OF the old forest rise gradually from the bouldered shore to a dirt road in back and are dominated by a couple dozen old giants, virgin white pines whose sunreaching strength has pumped them high above the surrounding trees and spread their irregular branches into a shimmering dark green crown. These big pines are the signature trees of the Gunflint region and are sentinel posts for bald eagles, gossip fences for the lugubrious ravens, and prime hunting grounds for the luxuriantly furred lightning bolt of the forest, the pine marten (Manes americana), the only predator that hunts these high places.