|Primary Format: Paper|
|Size:||6 x 9 in.|
|Subject(s):||Nature & Environment|
Through a Naturalist's Eyes: Exploring the Nature of New England
Michael J. CadutoPaper: $19.95
Looking through a naturalist’s eyes is all the richer when those eyes are Caduto’s. . . . Natural history will always be a rich opportunity for discovery. Through a Naturalist’s Eyes celebrates why it is also such fun.
—Portland Press Herald
Michael Caduto, one of the most perceptive observers of New England’s natural world, writes with authority and affection for his subject. With Through a Naturalist’s Eyes, he’s outdone himself. Not only is he describing what’s constantly going on around us, but he makes it a personal experience, and we find ourselves saying, ‘Yes! I’ve seen that! So that’s what it is!’
—Willem Lange, author of Words from the Wild
For all of us who love the forests, hills, and marshes of New England, this is much more than a guide book-it’s an invitation to explore, and a key to making sense of what we notice. Many thanks to Michael Caduto for opening my eyes again!
—Bill McKibben, author of Wandering Home and cofounder of 350.org
Michael Caduto’s well-researched, engaging essays are a combination of personal narrative, natural history, and bits of conversations-like a naturalist’s dinner party with a roomful of ecologists, biologists, and storytellers.
—Lisa Purcell, director, Four Winds Nature Institute
Rich with fascinating details. . . . No matter what you may think you know, this book offers something new to discover about the natural world around us.
—Paul Rezendes, author of Tracking and the Art of Seeing
MICHAEL J. CADUTO, the author of twenty books, is an internationally recognized leader in natural history, environmental education, and cultural diversity. ADELAIDE MURPHY TYROL is a fine artist, a natural history illustrator, and a large format commercial painter.