If there are two books to give (or receive) as gifts this holiday season, it is the following two. They will appeal to -- and have valuable information to offer -- both novice and advanced birders. They remind us that we share our world with truly amazing creatures that deserve our admiration and best efforts at stewardship.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Julie Craves holding my book!
Oh, wow! I have been in Port Wing, Wisconsin, since Sunday keeping my mother-in-law company as she recovers from a broken pelvis. She doesn't have Internet--it's been peaceful not having to deal with anything at all except her, especially because she's such pleasant company. But I came back today to a really cool thing--the wonderful Julie Craves of the Rouge River Bird Observatory, a columnist for Birder's World, and author of all kinds of splendid publications about Michigan's natural world, sent me a photo of herself holding my book, and also a link to the Rouge River Bird Observatory's "Books and Media Recommended by the RRBO" which shows my book as one of the two recommendations for holiday gifts:
Laura Erickson at 5:17 PM