ONE DAY AT TETON MARSH by Sally Carrighar

ONE DAY AT TETON MARSH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A companion volume to One Day on Beetle Rock, this again transposes the constant activity and awareness of the world of animals and insects in delicate and exquisite terms. Here is the wild life of Teton Marsh through the seasons, the dangers, the violence and the constant struggle for survival that all experience; an otter in search of his twin; a outthroat trout; an osprey making his first flights; the last day of the trapped in a pool of preys upon meadow mice, frogs and salamander; the gentle, frightened hare; the proud moose; the patient snail; the trumpeter swan, and so on. An exceptional nature book in its authentic observation, heightened; perception.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1947
Publisher: Knopf