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Bird Brother

by Edith Wairimu

Rodney Stotts’s heartfelt memoir reveals how he became a master falconer. To expand his drug business, Stotts needed his own apartment. But he had to prove he could afford rent first. He began working with the Earth Conservation Corps... Read More

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Fox World

by Edith Wairimu

Though it has elements of a memoir, "Fox World" is most about encountering creatures in nature; it derives lessons and inspiration from those wilderness interactions. Jack Russell’s memoir "Fox World" is about a canine connection that... Read More

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Wild Design

by Rachel Jagareski

William Blake’s poetic directive to “see a World in a Grain of Sand / And a Heaven in a Wild Flower” encapsulates the message of Kimberly Ridley’s "Wild Design". Here, the natural structures of mineral crystals, bird nests,... Read More

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Avian Illuminations

by Kristine Morris

Captivating and graced with exquisite illustrations, Boria Sax’s "Avian Illuminations" blends history, folklore, art, literature, and ornithology to explain why birds are such an integral part of human dreams and aspirations. Birds... Read More

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Imaginary Peaks

by Kristine Morris

Spurred by the infamous Riesenstein Hoax, Katie Ives, editor of Alpinist magazine and a passionate climber, investigates cartographers’ art through history, unveiling the mysterious imaginary peaks, blank spaces, and nonexistent land... Read More

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