About the book
Become a more attentive observer and deepen your appreciation for the natural world. The unique five-year calendar format of The Naturalist’s Notebook helps you create a long-term record and point of comparison for memorable events, such as the first songbird you hear in spring, your first monarch butterfly sighting of summer, or the appearance of the northern lights. Biologist Nathaniel T. Wheelwright and best-selling author Bernd Heinrich teach nature lovers of all ages what to look for outdoors no matter where you live, using Heinrich’s classic illustrations as inspiration. As you jot down one observation a day, year after year, your collected field notes will serve as a valuable record of your piece of the planet. This deluxe book, with a three-piece case, gilt edges, a burgundy ribbon bookmark, and a belly band with gold foil stamping, is a perfect gift for all nature lovers.
This notebook is divided into two sections - one to teach you on how to become more observant and see what the nature can show us and the 5-year calendar journal.
The first portion of the book is composed of six chapters which will help you become more attentive to your surroundings and become an observant naturalist. It will provide you with tips and tricks on how to observe the nature wherever you are and will give you some useful tools to have on hands. One specific chapter provides some ways of learning through the seasons. The first 95 pages will be instructive on how to become an observant naturalist.
Here are some examples of the pages found in the first section of the book.
In conclusion, if you enjoy the outdoors and take the time to stop and observe, you will enjoy having this notebook in your backpack to jolt down your observations.
This book can be found at your favorite bookstore.
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