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By: Marion Dusoir Ennes and Howard Ennes
181 pages, illustrations
Marion Dusoir Ennes was fascinated by nature's wonders. During her childhood on a farm she found companionship with the local flora and fauna, and throughout her life she remained a devoted amateur naturalist. In 1986 Marion became editor of The Warbler, newsletter of the Alan Devoe Bird Club. Two years later, the publisher of The Independent Newspaper invited Marion to contribute an illustrated column titled "Nature's Way."
Derived from her study of natural history at museums, environmental centers, animal sanctuaries, and by continual observation in the field, the column covered a wide range of wildlife and ecological topics, with an intriguing blend of scientific fact and insight. In 1991, in recognition of her work, the Columbia County Environmental Management Council gave Marion their "Good Earthkeeping Award." Marion's column continued for ten years, some 349 essays, written in the hope that we might open our eyes and our hearts to the other beings who share our world.
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