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Category Archives: Book Review
Some people will already be Safina fans, having read his Song for the Blue Ocean or Eye of the Albatross. This latest book carries us through a year at Lazy Point, a reasonably sleepy spot far out on Long Island, New York.
With him we watch tides, birds, and foliage come and go. Both the text [...]
Eleven-year-old Bouler, who raised more than $150,000 for the Audubon Society’s Gulf Coast oil spill recovery efforts through the sale of her bird paintings, creates an upbeat lesson on bird identification, habitat and nature preservation. Birds are organized according to kid-friendly classifications, like “Birds that Live in the Woods” and “Weird & Wacky Birds.” Bouler’s [...]
It is hard not to be discouraged as we read about destruction of great forests, waterways, large predators, and multiple small species. Fraser’s book offers a litany of tragedies, which are functions of greed, ethnic warfare, and political irresponsibility. But she does not leave it there. The bulk of her book discusses attempts at “rewilding” [...]