If you are searching for a gift for someone on your Christmas list that shares your passion for the natural world, a good choice would be my latest book entitled,
A Journey of Discovery.
This 267-page volume covers a wide range of plants and animals that are part of the fabric of Georgia’s natural heritage.
Here is a brief list of a few of the more than 70 chapters contained in the book:
America’s Long Love Affair With The Hummingbird
Counting Hummingbirds Is No Easy Task
Black Bluebirds And Other Backyard Oddities
A Buffet For Wood Ducks
How Do I Deal With An Angry Bird?
Water Moccasin or Watersnake—That Is the Question
Luna Moths—Nighttime Beauties
Fox Squirrels—The Forgotten Ones
Our Fascination With Antlers
Zinnias And I Go Back a Long Way
Redbuds Are Stealing The Show
Owls, Folklore And Halloween
The Origin Of Thanksgiving
The Basics Of Winter Bird Feeding
Butter—Kids And Birds Love It
Taking Time To Watch
How Wildlife Copes With The Heat
Can Local Birds And Plants Predict The Weather?
The Backyard Olympics
Do Released Bass Live To Fight Another Day?
The book can be purchased at your local bookstore or at The Monroe County Reporter in Forsyth, The Bird Store in Macon or online at Amazon and other booksellers.
I have thoroughly enjoyed your book. Read it twice and gave out copies to my family for Christmas gifts. One lady friend wanted more of your books.