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Listening to the Savage

by Kristen Rabe

Follow the meandering of this river, listen attentively to the poetic silences of this lovely work. The exquisite Listening to the Savage: River Notes and Half-Heard Melodies is a book to be savored. Barbara Hurd offers an evocative,... Read More

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Listening to a Continent Sing

by Jeff Fleischer

With birdsong and father-son bonding, this book is an immersive experience, following the author on his journey and learning along with him. Donald Kroodsma has already written multiple books about birds and their songs, but his latest... Read More

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A Chorus of Cranes

by Matt Sutherland

In a 1968 speech to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Senegalese ecologist Baba Dioum said, “In the end, we will protect only what we love, we will love only what we understand, we will understand only what we are... Read More

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Crows

by Matt Sutherland

The pitch black crow, as you well know, is intriguingly different from other birds. But studies show, you may not know, that crow brains compare in size (in relation to their bodies) to that of chimpanzees. So they’re smart as hell,... Read More

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Satellites in the High Country

by Melissa Wuske

Mark gives an invitation to flee modernity and embrace mysterious nature as he shares the poetic insights he found in the wild. Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of Man, by Jason Mark, is a first-person... Read More

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