7 edition of Naturalist found in the catalog.
April 24, 2006
by Island Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||424|
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About the Author. Andrew Mayne, star of A&E’s Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne, is a magician and novelist ranked as the fifth bestselling independent author of the year by Amazon UK. He started his first world tour as an illusionist when he was a teenager and went on to work behind the scenes for Penn & Teller, David Blaine, and David Copperfield/5(K).
"[Naturalist] is one of the finest scientific memoirs ever written, by Naturalist book of the finest scientists writing today." (Los Angeles Times) "The book to read, to get the full story on Mr.
Wilson’s eventful life, is his memoir Naturalist, published in "/5(33). The Naturalist (The Naturalist #1) by Andrew Mayne is a book I really enjoyed.
It fed my eager science side of my brain, the mystery, and the side that likes a good scare. Brilliantly written with so many little things that had to be thought through wonderful. Going in my favorites for sure/5(K). “The Naturalist follows TR’s lifelong love of the outdoors and of all wild things, illustrating how his dedication to the scientific study of animals large and small both stimulated and made sense of his love of hunting.
In so doing, the book also tells the important history of the country's first naturalists, how they came to understand the country's wildlife and built our great natural history museums/5(3).