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  • Author:
    Bernd Heinrich
  • ISBN:
    0060929421
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060929428
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  • Publisher:
    Ecco; Reprint edition (September 9, 1998)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Americas
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    1639 kb
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    1391 kb
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    1559 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    498
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I am jealous of his life in hi forest, his intimacy with all the participants.

In Heinrich's hands, the lives of trees are as noble and as dramatic as the lives of me. - "The Washington Post""These passionate observations of a place 'where the subtle matters and the spectacular distracts' superbly mix memoir and science. Bernd has no idea that others enjoy living in his forest while reading his book. I am jealous of his life in hi forest, his intimacy with all the participants.

Heinrich tells us more about trees than we'd ever dream of wondering, yet manages to transform the esoterica . Heinrich is a very good biologist and just as good a writer. 2 people found this helpful.

Heinrich tells us more about trees than we'd ever dream of wondering, yet manages to transform the esoterica into a fascinating tribute to nature's superior design.

I love books that are a mix of nature, science, & nostalgia. It made me homesick for the east coast of my childhood. The red oaks, birch trees, elderberry, sugar maple, tent caterpillars, pileated woodpeckers, and even acorn caps turned into whistles. I can see them all in my head and heart. But the book is richly illustrated in pencil drawings for those unfamiliar with the I love books that are a mix of nature, science, & nostalgia.

Ina book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the . All lived in the trees in the surrounding forest that seemed to go on forever

Ina book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the hidden life of a forest. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. All lived in the trees in the surrounding forest that seemed to go on forever.

Thanks to Bernd Heinrich, readers will finally see the forest "and" the trees. The author of numerous bestselling and award-winning books, Bernd Heinrich is a professor of biology at the University of Vermont. He divides his time between Vermont and the forests of western Maine. Библиографические данные. The Trees in My Forest. Издание: иллюстрированное.

Ina book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the hidden life of a forest. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

I know a kids' book about a tree. The book's kind of sad, though. At least, to me it is. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 2 отметки Нравится.

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Heinrich, Bernd, 1940-. Two maps of a forest on endpapers. Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-239).

Heinrich, Bernd, 1940-. Heinrich, Bernd, 1940-, Trees, Forest ecology. New York, NY : Cliff Street Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; americana. some images and text lost, printed too close to binding. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Winner of the New England Book Award Best Nonfiction Award and the Franklin Fairbanks Award of the Fairbanks Museum

In a book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the hidden life of a forest.


Iell
Absolutely fantastic! Bought for kindle but will also buy for home library. Part poetry part life story definitely my kindred spirit! For those that share a love of flora and fauna everything outdoors and those who just generally love the land this is for you. Those looking for a book about trees may just fall in love with the forest.
Voodoozragore
Really interesting book. It's a nice mix of science and memoir, just enough of each to satisfy a lay person like myself, who enjoys the outdoors, but has no scientific knowledge in this area. I was looking for something with a sort of spiritual lilt, and while this book can be technical at times, it can also open you up to thinking about nature and your place in it in different ways.

Read this book before your next hike.
Kata
Wonderful telling of B.H.'s woods over the years. Writes so thoughtfully about nature. Love this author.
Andronrad
I have read nearly all of Mr. Heinrich's books and have enjoyed them all. I really didn't think a book on trees would be that interesting, but I was wrong. Like all of his books it is a good combination of science and personal experience. Highly recommended. My only regret is I didn't read it earlier.
ME
I liked this book so much I bought another copy and donated it to our local lending library. Dr. Heinrich brings his lifetime of academic study to illuminate his loving picture of his woodlot and its natural systems. Never preachy nor inaccesible, his descriptions are rich and aimed at lay readers. If you want to learn more about Northern Appalachian mixed deciduous/coniferous woodland communities, this is an excellent source. I've lived and worked in the same ecosystem for years but learned a lot from this book.
Tat
Heinrich is a very good biologist and just as good a writer. I wish the local DNR treated the forests in their charge as well as he has his.
Ttyr
interesting for a nature lover-not well written
Chatty and personal, but with very clear interweaving of evolutionary theory into his observations. For example, he suggests the trees are taller on the west coast because they do not have to deal with periodic hurricanes. Nice discussion of why trees are tall and the little plant's strategies to survive underneath them. The chapter on apical dominance explained how we come to have "bush trees", and much more.