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Dawn Again takes readers along on Doniga s journey: the wilderness immersion school where Indigenous elders and wildlife trackers were among her teachers, hitchhiking across the pacific northwest, the moment she first connected with a deer using owl eyes and fox walking techniques, and to Alaska where she fell in love with tracking white wolves and the rigor of wilderness survival.
“A uniquely fascinating personal story and a thoroughly absorbing read from first page to last, “Nature’s Housekeeper” is a deftly written memoir replete with wit and wisdom, insights and all-too-human foibles. Certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community and academic library collections,”
Midwest Book Review, November 2015
Wild Times on Skidaway Island, Georgia’s Historic Rain Forest, gives the daily details of life in a unique Audubon-designated, ecologically friendly refuge that protects species refuge. There, golfers pitch balls around endangered great blue herons, and modern day residence watch mama raccoons march their babies across backyard decks where once Guale Indians trapped ancestors of the same raccoons. This is the subtropical south: all is not furry marsh bunnies and deer. Residents dodge alligators and rescue snakes from deer-netting, (after a sufficient number of cocktails).