Blood Brook: A Naturalist's Home Ground

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Chelsea Green Pub. Co., 1992 - Nature - 207 pages
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Following a small stream from its source near his home in northern New England through a lake and various rivers to the Atlantic Ocean, Levin reveals a lake and dynamic world.

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Contents

Remembering the Ice Age
17
Turtles in Books and Bogs
37
The Alpine Tundra Frontier
51
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

A former Bronx Zoo zoologist and college professor, Ted Levin is the author of "Blood Brook: A Naturalists Home Ground" and "Liquid Land: A Journey Through the Everglades", which won the coveted Burroughs Medal in 2004. His writing has appeared in Sports illustrated, Audubon, National Wildlife, National Geographic Traveler, and Sierra, among many other publications, and one of his stories was included in Houghton Mifflins Best American Sport Writing 2003. Levin has been a commentator for Vermont Public Radio since 1997. He lives in Thetford, Vermont.

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