Dec 12, 2019
Small-Headed Flycatcher. Seen Yesterday. He Didn’t Leave His Name.: And Other Stories
Posted by Pete Dunne Louise Zemaitis

This book brings together thirty two vintage essays that Dunne originally wrote for publications such as American Birds, and Wild Bird News Encounters with birds rare and common is their shared theme, through which Dunne weaves stories of his family and friends, reflections on the cycles of nature, and portraits of unforgettable birders whose paths have crossed his, rangiThis book brings together thirty two vintage essays that Dunne originally wrote for publications such as American Birds, and Wild Bird News Encounters with birds rare and common is their shared theme, through which Dunne weaves stories of his family and friends, reflections on the cycles of nature, and portraits of unforgettable birders whose paths have crossed his, ranging from Roger Tory Peterson to a life battered friend who finds solace in birding.

  • Title: Small-Headed Flycatcher. Seen Yesterday. He Didn’t Leave His Name.: And Other Stories
  • Author: Pete Dunne Louise Zemaitis
  • ISBN: 9780292716001
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Small Headed Flycatcher Seen Yesterday He Didn t Leave His Name And Other Stories This book brings together thirty two vintage essays that Dunne originally wrote for publications such as American Birds and Wild Bird News Encounters with birds rare and common is their shared theme

    Nancy

    This book is a collection of Pete Dunne's very short stories and essays written for various bird/birder-related publications. It's especially good for situations where you want to read a few pages at a time. He is undoubtedly most appealing to those who enjoy birds, know a bit about identifying them, and have observed at least a few people who keep life lists of birds they've seen. Dunne writes with a sense of humor and a good imagination, so I occasionally had difficulty deciding whether he's s [...]


    Erin Eve

    A collection of fantastic, well-organized essays by one of birding's best. I chuckled my way through Pete Dunne's observations about birds, birders and birding that were so funny because they were so true. Also, Pete Dunne could make a phone book sound funny. Dunne pokes fun at other people and then turns around and makes fun of himself. The writing is sharp and the essays clip right along. If you want a peek into the strange, obsessive, wonderful world that birds and birders share you could a l [...]


    Martha Davis

    Another in the series of Dunne's short stories. I have waited avidly for each volume's arrival. They are wonderful; but I think perhaps you need to be a birder to really "get it."



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