As the lazy days of summer rapidly approach, Conservation International staff are spending their free time with their favorite books. In their own words, here’s what they say about the books they can’t put down.
- “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens
“Where the Crawdads Sing is not a nature book directly, but the descriptions of the North Carolinamarsh lands are marvelous. The main character’s passion and love for studying and learning about different bird and marsh species is inspirational. The author’s knowledge of the area, as well as the range of species that she describes in vivid detail is impressive and makes this book a worthwhile read.”
– Jenny Hewson, senior director for habitat monitoring and climate mitigation Continue reading