[Tweeters] Book Recommendations?

Jeff Kozma jcr_5105 at charter.net
Tue Oct 17 07:37:26 PDT 2017


Yes, his raven books are great! I even loved “Bumblebee Economics”. A must for any interested in our native pollinators.



Jeff Kozma



Yakima



From: J Christian Kessler [mailto:1northraven at gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2017 2:49 PM
To: Jeff Kozma <jcr_5105 at charter.net>
Cc: Stephen <schasecredo at gmail.com>; Tweeters (E-mail) <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] Book Recommendations?



I second Jeff's recommendations, among other things Heinrich is a very good writer as well as an old-fashioned scientist (bit of naturalist -- individuals of other species have individual identities/personalities). "One Wild Bird at a Time" is a series of stories/reports from that perspective. all of his other books should be on such a list too, his two Raven books are must reads for anyone who spends time in the high country here.



Chris Kessler

Seattle



On Sun, Oct 15, 2017 at 11:16 AM, Jeff Kozma <jcr_5105 at charter.net <mailto:jcr_5105 at charter.net> > wrote:

I recommend "One Wild Bird at a Time" and "The Nesting Season", both by
Bernd Heinrich.

Jeff Kozma

Yakima

J c r underscore 1505 at charter dot net

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[mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu <mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu> ] On Behalf Of Stephen
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Subject: [Tweeters] Book Recommendations?

Hi Tweeters,
Fewer daylight hours outside of work means less time to go birding myself,
but I can still enjoy it vicariously. I'd like to build up an inventory of
good winter reading. I'm looking for some book recommendations of great
birding stories. I've enjoyed the Big Year themes (Kingbird Highway, The Big
Year, Birding Without Birders, Lost Among the Birds, etc...). I'm hoping for
some more of the same - preferably less of the journal compilations and more
along the lines of great stories about birds, bird discoveries, bird
research stories, or anything remotely close to those.
Thanks for considering,
Stephen in Everson


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