A Lifetime Nature Walk: Always a Babe in the Woods

A Lifetime Nature Walk Always a Babe in the Woods This book is a collection of essays and anecdotes about animals birds fish reptiles insects plants trees and other subjects encountered in nature by the author mostly in

  • Title: A Lifetime Nature Walk: Always a Babe in the Woods
  • Author: Andrew Dequasie
  • ISBN: 9780738812816
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is a collection of essays and anecdotes about 19 animals, 18 birds, 15 fish, 10 reptiles, 31 insects, 39 plants, 17 trees, and 6 other subjects encountered in nature by the author, mostly in the region from West Virginia to Vermont Hopefully, it lends personality to these subjects and leaves the reader with a sense of the changing view of our natural world durinThis book is a collection of essays and anecdotes about 19 animals, 18 birds, 15 fish, 10 reptiles, 31 insects, 39 plants, 17 trees, and 6 other subjects encountered in nature by the author, mostly in the region from West Virginia to Vermont Hopefully, it lends personality to these subjects and leaves the reader with a sense of the changing view of our natural world during the 20th century.

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    1. This book was written by a man who prefers to call himself a nature lover as opposed to an environmentalist. He has recorded his personal observations of nature growing up as a country boy. As he grew older, he traded his rifle for a camera then decided to take us all on a nostalgic walk down memory lane. Here he shares his boyhood adventures in the woods.


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