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Will Harlan: Voices of the Wild

NATURE

Will Harlan: Voices of the Wild

by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

A Discover Great New Writers Award finalist on the "stories that reconnect us to the natural world."
H Is for Hawk

MEMOIR

H Is for Hawk

Reviewed by Tess Taylor ×

In the throes of grief, a naturalist finds release in a wild companion and an ancient art. Review by Tess Taylor.
Stardust in Antarctica: Jynne Dilling Martin

BEYOND CATEGORY

Stardust in Antarctica: Jynne Dilling Martin

A Conversation with Troy Jollimore ×

A writer's sojourn on Earth's most mysterious continent produces a collection of urgent, dreamlike poems about our swiftly tilting planet.
Monkey Did

Humor

Monkey Did

by Matthew David Brozik ×

“[Wikipedia] has rejected a photographer’s request to remove a set of photos of a crested black macaque because the photos were taken by the monkey."
Nature’s Nether Regions

Reviews & Essays

Nature’s Nether Regions

Reviewed by Tess Taylor ×

Science has been more interested in genes than genitals -- until now.

The Once and Future World

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The Once and Future World

by James Mustich ×

Award-winning ecology writer J.B. MacKinnon encourages the practice of "rewilding," or restoring nature to what it once was, in a hopeful treatise on reversing the human impact on the...

Mother of God

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Mother of God

by James Mustich ×

At just 18, Paul Rosolie left behind his suburban New Jersey life for the remote region of Peru where the Amazon begins. His education included giant snakes, tribespeople hostile and friendly,...

Animal Wise

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Animal Wise

by James Mustich ×

You've probably heard that dolphins communicate in a rich language of their own and that elephants display emotional bonds.  But Virginia Morrell's engaging new book offers some real...

Air

Reviews & Essays

Air

Reviewed by Peter Lewis ×

From gentle breezes to devastating storms, this element shapes our world.

A New Creation Story

Reviews & Essays

A New Creation Story

Review by Susan Salter Reynolds ×

Three books ponder our intimate relationship with the natural world.

Relics

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Relics

by James Mustich ×

The enthusiasm Piotr Naskrecki, an entomologist at Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology, feels for visible, tangible signs of Earth's prehistoric past is irresistibly infectious....

Swamplife

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Swamplife

by Quindlen Krovatin ×

America's long fascination with the Everglades, a twisted chronicle of preservation and exploitation, is recounted here in perspiration-inducing detail by Laura A. Ogden, an anthropologist...