Sigurd F. Olson's Wilderness days

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Random House Incorporated, Oct 12, 1972 - Science - 233 pages
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I have never read another authors words that so aptly and wonderfully described nature in all it's beauty. Olson writes in way that pulls you into his world, his adventures, like a friend happily inviting you along. He writes about his passion and it shows in every description of every river, lake, plant and animal. Every time I pick this book up I lose myself to the wilderness in it.  

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This is a good book. Anyone from the northern states who understands and feels the out doors will enjoy this book. I found it best a chapt and a time not a read through. Read a chapt reflect on it and wait a day or two before reading another. Read full review


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Olson was one of the greatest environmentalists of the twentieth century. A conservation activist and popular writer, Olson introduced a generation of Americans to the importance of wilderness.

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