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Small-Headed Flycatcher. Seen Yesterday. He Didn't Leave his Name. And other stories

By: Pete Dunne(Author), Louise Zemaitis(Illustrator)
138 pages, 6 b/w illus
Small-Headed Flycatcher. Seen Yesterday. He Didn't Leave his Name.
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Brings together thirty-two vintage essays that Dunne originally wrote for publications such as American Birds, Bird Watcher's Digest, Birder's World, Birding, Living Bird, the New Jersey edition of the Sunday New York Times, WildBird, and Wild Bird News. Encounters with birds rare and common is their shared theme, through which Dunne weaves stories of his family and friends, reflections on the cycles of nature, and portraits of unforgettable birders whose paths have crossed his, ranging from Roger Tory Peterson to a life-battered friend who finds solace in birding.

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By: Pete Dunne(Author), Louise Zemaitis(Illustrator)
138 pages, 6 b/w illus
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"Mr. Dunne [...] Is one of the country's most-respected birders, a self-taught authority whose exuberant, almost-poetic approach to the pastime has won him many followers among the growing legions of birders."
- Wall Street Journal

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