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Good Reads  Ornithology  Birds: General

An Avian Alphabet

By: Maggie Dimon(Author)
70 pages, illustrations
An Avian Alphabet
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  • An Avian Alphabet ISBN: 9781952491566 Hardback Jun 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £29.99
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About this book

In this collection of drawings, collages, and poetry, Maggie Dimon celebrates an "alphabet" of birds that have touched her heart. From the seldom-seen Nightjar to the unfairly maligned Vulture, we are encouraged to pay attention to the beauty and uniqueness of winged creatures that often go unnoticed in our daily lives.

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Maggie Dimon is an artist and nature enthusiast currently residing in Naples, Florida. Her volunteer work at the von Arx Wildlife Hospital of the Conservancy of Southwest Florida brings her into close contact with native wildlife. Maggie is a dedicated yogi who also enjoys travelling with her husband to visit far-flung family throughout the United States and Africa.

By: Maggie Dimon(Author)
70 pages, illustrations
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