By: Ellsworth Barnard
105 pages, Illus
In the Deerfield River valley in the town of Shelburne, a rocky outcropping forms the cliffs at the heart of the High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary. This beautifully crafted collection of essays explores the nature and conservation of this wild place through the personal history of a man who was born there and has returned regularly for over ninety years.
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