Rosemary Gaymer moved to Canada in 1955 and became a well-known and highly respected naturalist. This beautiful book reminds us that nature is a precious gift. Readers can lose themselves in the wonder of this gift as preserved by Ms. Gaymer.
“A childhood illness gave Gaymer the gift of time to observe: a bird she named Cheeky was the catalyst that propelled her into a lifetime of observing nature. Nearly 30 years after her first book, Two in the Bush, she has put together her recollections of birding trips in places as different as the Arizona desert, Rocky Mountains, Bay of Fundy, and Point Pelee, illustrating them with charming and realistic sketches of birds, animals and plants.” –Montreal Review of Books
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