[Epub] ↠ Wild Echoes Author Charles Bergman – Realestatelawcenter.us

Wild Echoes In Wild Echoes, Environmentalist And Writer Charles Bergman Chronicles His Experiences Tracking Down And Interacting With The Few Remaining Members Of Nine Of North America S Most Endangered Species Bergman Soars In The Company Of Two Of The Last Remaining California Condors, Swims With Manatees, Assists In The Capture And Release Of A Florida Panther, And Comes Face To Face With The Last Remaining Dusky Seaside Sparrow, A Species Now Extinct As He Describes These And Other Poignant Encounters, Bergman Discusses The Factors, Both Manmade And Natural, That Have Led To The Animals Endangerment He Also Examines The Efforts Of Those Who Hope To Pull Species Back From The Brink Of Extinction ContentsIntroduction1 Hunger Makes The Wolf2 The Fall Of The Sparrow3 Carrion For Condors4 A Panther In A Swamp5 Sirens6 Guns And Parrots7 Green Eyes At Night8 So Ignoble A Leviathan 9 Rumors Of Existence10 The Back DoorAppendix 1 Partial List Of Extinctions In The United States And U.S TerritoriesAppendix 2 Organizations Concerned With Wildlife, Extinctions, And The EnvironmentSelect BibliographyIndex

[Epub] ↠ Wild Echoes  Author Charles Bergman – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • Wild Echoes
  • Charles Bergman
  • English
  • 16 July 2017
  • 0252071255

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Wild Echoes Author Charles Bergman – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    In each chapter, the author attempts to twist together certain narrative strands his personal encounter with animals of North American endangered species, the status of the species, a historical context, the animal in the context of literature, and a postmodernist philosophical context In general, I do not feel the strands come together well the postmodernist twist in particular seems to belong to another book.The best parts in each chapter are, hands down, the actual, physical, albeit very b In each chapter, the author attempts to twist together certain narrative strands his personal encounter with animals of North American endangered species, the status of the species, a historical context, the animal in the context of literature, and a postmodernist philosophical context In general, I do not feel the strands come together well the postmodernist twist in particular seems to belong to another book.The best parts in each chapter are, hands down, the actual, physical, albeit very brief encounters with grey wolf puppies, dusky seaside sparrows now extinct , california condors, a Florida panther, manatees, Puerto Rican parrots, black footed ferrets and right whales Bergman is a writer, not a naturalist or a scientist, and the encounters have a journalistic feel to them There are some memorable passages on medieval perspectives on animals such as wolves and vultures and the select bibliography listed at the end of the book is quite ...


  2. says:

    This book was ok but it was kind of intimidating to read a book written by your professor The stories were good, but I didn t care much about the facts I felt like the book was divided into too many sections They didnt really connect And then the ...

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