Mass Audubon reading and wandering

Categories: Chelsea Green News, Nature & Environment
Posted on Tuesday, November 14th, 2006 at 9:04 pm by JTE

Over at Mass Audubon’s South Shore Journal blog, they’re taking long walks and talking about books. Latest picks for their book club include our local-kid-makes-good, Tim Traver.

…The week rolled on through Wednesday, when I delivered a presentation on lighthouses to a local church group, and our natural history book club discussed Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring. Depressing was the word of the day. We did, though, choose books for the first four months of 2007: Tim Traver’s Sippewissett, Edward O. Wilson’s Nature Revealed, Jeff Corwin’s Living on the Edge, and David Carroll’s Swampwalker’s Journal. Friday morning we spent in Marshfield and Scituate, finding 52 species from Fourth Cliff to Damon’s Point to Pudding Hill, from long-tailed ducks to dunlin to red-breasted nuthatches to swamp sparrows….

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