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Merrymeeting Bay, Tilbury House, Whitty, Julia, The Fragile Edge: Eating Stone Pantheon Books, Eye Of The Albatross: Wilderness and Razor Wire. Mind Of the Raven. In a Desert Garden. The Song Of The Dodo.
Water, Ice and Stone.
University of Chicago Press, Crickets and Katydids, Concerts and Solos. Harvard University Press, The Control of Nature.
Johns Hopkins University Press, Gathering in the Desert. University of Arizona Press, Owens, Mark and Delia. Cry of the Kalahari. Sierra Club Books, A Naturalist on a Tropical Farm. University of California Press, Durant, Mary, and Harwood, Michael.
On the Road with John James Audubon. Of Wolves and Men. A Sand County Almanac. From Laurel Hill to Siler's Bog. The Year of the Whale. Lawrence, Louise de Kiriline.
The Lovely and the Wild. A Naturalist in Alaska. University of Oklahoma Press. The Firmament of Time. On the Trail of the Vanishing Birds. Song of the Sky. Those of the Forest. The Sea Around Us. · John Burroughs (April 3, – March 29, ) was an American naturalist and nature essayist, active in the U.S.
conservation movement. The first of Early life and marriage · Career · Writing · Fishing · Works by John Burroughsbarnweddingvt.com · She has won the John Burroughs Award for Nature Writing and has been published in Nature, Journal of Mammalogy, The African Journal of Ecology, and International Wildlife, among many others.
She currently lives in barnweddingvt.com://barnweddingvt.com · The John Burroughs Award, for "A Drop of Water", The Julia Ward Howe prize for Best Children's Book in for "Pond".
The National Science Teacher's Association award for "Bald Eagle" "Pond" and "Nature in the Neighborhood."barnweddingvt.com · Kathleen Jamie is a poet and essayist. Raised in Currie, near Edinburgh, she studied philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, publishing her first poems as an barnweddingvt.com writing is rooted in Scottish landscape and culture, and ranges through travel, barnweddingvt.com The John Burroughs Medal has been given annually since for books that combine scientific accuracy, firsthand fieldwork, and creative natural history writing.
Fellowship, a Literary Award in Poetry from the Lannan Foundation, five Pushcart Prizes and has had two appearances in Best American Poetry.. A native of upstate New York and SUNY-New Paltz alumna who now lives in Washington State, Jenn Dean, is the winner of this year’s John Burroughs Nature Essay Award.