Under the Maples

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BiblioBazaar, 2009 - History - 228 pages
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1921. It was while sitting in his hay-barn study in the Catskills and looking out upon the maple woods of the old home farm, and under the maples at Riverby, that the most of these essays were written, during the last two years of the author's life. Contents: The Falling Leaves; The Pleasures of a Naturalist; The Flight of Birds; Bird Intimacies; A Midsummer Idyl; Near Views of Wild Life; With Roosevelt at Pine Knot; A Strenuous Holiday; Under Genial Skies; A Sheaf of Nature Notes; Ruminations; and New Gleanings in Field and Wood. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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Burroughs was the naturalist of the Catskills.

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