Nature illiteracy

Nelson, Don
June 2010
High Country News;6/7/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p27
An essay is presented on ignorance in identifying most things found in the woods. The author relates his experience in hiking at the Cedar Creek. He discusses the reason behind his failure to identify what he has seen in the wood. He emphasizes the initiatives he has undertaken to address his struggles to learn the specifics.


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