A Naturalist's Year On An Outer Banks IslandBook - 1995
Pat Garber, an environmental anthropologist & wildlife rehabilitator, knows Ocracoke, North Carolina, as few visitors ever see it, & this book offers the island in all its beauty & wonder. Whether writing about helping baby loggerhead turtles to get a head start on life, banding brown pelicans, stumbling into a mating ritual of horseshoe crabs, or the touching reunion of a beached & wounded bottlenose dolphin with its mate, she does it with a clarity & grace that puts the reader at the scene & stresses the importance of nature not just to Ocracoke's inhabitants & visitors, but to everybody, everywhere.
Publisher: Asheboro, N.C. : Down Home Press, c1995
Branch Call Number: 975.6184
Characteristics: x, 166 pages :,illustrations ;,23 cm