Thoreau's Notes on Birds of New England

Author: Henry David Thoreau

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications


Category: Nature

Page: 368

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During his two-year residence at Walden Pond, Henry David Thoreau became keenly aware of the natural world that surrounded him. Entries from his journals reflect his soulful, in-depth observations of local wildlife, and his remarks on birds are particularly plentiful and poetic. This book, originally published as Notes on New England Birds in 1910 and edited and arranged by Francis H. Allen, collects Thoreau's thoughts on the various bird species that populated the New England woods, from the great blue heron to the kingbird and the American finch. "Open to any page and you will find, besides apt descriptions of the natural world, a cogent remark or a philosophical observation," noted The Washington Post. Bird lovers and watchers, fans of Thoreau, and naturalists and environmentalists will delight in joining the author as he saunters through the woods and ponders the region's abundant wildlife. A new selection of 16 full-page color illustrations by John James Audubon enhances the text.

The Children’s Book of Birds

Author: Olive Thorne Miller

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand


Category: Fiction

Page: 236

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Reproduction of the original: The Children’s Book of Birds by Olive Thorne Miller
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The Encyclopedia Britannica

Author: Thomas Spencer Baynes



Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries


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The Book of Birds

Author: National Geographic Society (U.S.)



Category: Birds

Page: 195

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