The Quotable Nature Lover
John A. Murray
Lyons Press, 1999 - Nature - 226 pages
"It is not down on a map; true places never are, " said Herman Melville. These and other quotes from famous people--assembled in the spirit of the Nature Conservancy--inspire nature lovers with plenty of food for thought about the great outdoors. Photos.
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