Meeting by Zoom through 2022. Sign up for Zoom link.
Meeting by Zoom through 2022. Sign up for Zoom link.

Nature Book Club

Come gather with our Nature Book Club as we discuss books of interest in the world of science and natural history.

Our Book Club is meeting via Zoom, typically on Tuesday nights at 7:00 pm, once every two months or so.

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Upcoming Book Club dates and book titles are shown here. The same Zoom link will work for all upcoming Book Club Zoom gatherings until further notice.

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past book club selections

A Most Remarkable Creature: The Hidden Life of the World’s Smartest Birds of Prey by Jonathan Meiburg

Birds of the Shore: Observing the Natural Life of the Atlantic Coast  by Jennifer Ackerman

A World on the Wing: The Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds by Scott Weidensaul

The Genius of Birds by Jennifer Ackerman 

The Invention of Nature: Alexander Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf 

Evolution of Beauty by Richard O. Prum 

Birding Without Borders by Noah Strycker 

What the Robin Knows by Jon Young 

Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted by Justin Martin 

Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert 

Essays by John Muir 

Sound of a Wild Snail Eating  by Elisabeth Tova Bailey 

American Eden by Victoria Johnson 

Ice: the Nature, the History, and the Uses of an Astonishing Substance by Mariana Gosnell 

The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century by Kirk W. Johnson 

A View from Lazy Point by Carl Safina 

Underland, A Deep Time Journey by Robert Macfarlane 

The Moth Snowstorm, Nature and Joy by Michael McCarthy 

Becoming Wild Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Achieve Peace by Carl Safina 

Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Secrets of Everyday Trees by Nancy R. Hugo, Photography by Robert Llewellyn

H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald