Dragons in Autumn

Dragon Doc

Dear Readers,

I dearly love the many colors of autumn, not to mention the cooler temperatures that arrive with them. And one of my favorite autumn activities is looking for dragons. ? Why? Because the red, orange, and yellow-hued dragons leverage the season to get out-and-about a bit more. Sure, they still camouflage themselves, but they definitely don’t have to work as hard at it.

Try it! Go for a color drive, or a walk, and watch very closely among the autumn leaves. You just might spy a hint of scales, or a wing, or a tail. And even if you don’t see any dragons, at least you will see a bunch of beautiful autumn colors. And that’s just as good of a reason to go!

Speaking of seasonal camouflage, I soooo badly want to see a Frost Dragon. I don’t know for certain that they exist, but the legends say they do. Whenever snow covers the ground, I watch closely for them. Granted, if one came to the clinic for help, that would be new territory for me! I’m so accustomed to treating fire-breathing species or those with stinky breath weapons, frost-breathing would be strange indeed.

Stay tuned for announcements about the new website and blog, which are coming soon! My talented web designer, Elena Saygo, is doing a GREAT job. Meanwhile, please say hello on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @IAmTheDragonDoc.

As always, thank you for reading my tales!



The Dragon Doc

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About DR. S.K. burkman

As a busy veterinarian, Dr. Burkman keeps her sanity by writing about dragons. Many of her own adventures and misadventures are woven into her novels.

4 thoughts on “Dragons in Autumn”

  1. I’m always excited to read more. I can’t wait to see the summer and winter dragons. Some say there is one that loves eater so much that it survivors in the winter cold in a very deep glacial lake and Chanel some colors in the summer to. Mend in with the seas of tropical islands where it mwk makes ite home for those warmer seasons. It seams to have the. Eat diet. Great big Soko salmon in the pacific birth west and into the colors of Tyne coast line of sand, eaves and the aquamarof tropical waters again finding the best seafood inn the tropic around the world. I wonder if it’s evobeen to see Antarctica? I am sure that they wou be great friends with our Gus ts id the sea: blue, sleek and humpback whales and their ba sis?

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