Book Review # 59 – The Gull Next Door
The Gull Next Door
A Portrait of a misunderstood Bird
Princeton University Press
The author, Marianne Taylor wrote this book taking a different approach about Gulls. She practically walks us through her biography tells us about important history about the area where she lived, also towns surrounding it.
The different species of gulls were always present during her growing up. Marianne blends her own experiences with the occurring irregularities with gull’s behavior and the problem solving but the UK at the time. She became deeply interested in gulls, she paid attention to certain problems with these birds, which she describes with detail and confidence. She also writes in detail, descriptions of Britain’s gulls.
This book has 192 pages.
H.J. Ruiz -Avian101.Wordpress.com – October 11th, 2020
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Thank you for the review, HJ!
Thank you, Donna. 🙂
Thanks for the review, HJ! This book looks like a good read and I will add it to my wish-list. Surprisingly, Herring Gulls are on the ‘at risk’ list here!
Thank you, Clare. Yes, the author is from a town that you might have visited. Herring Gulls are among the gulls she writes about. 🙂
How interesting! Thank you 🙂
Thank you, Ivette. 🙂
Any book by someone called Marianne, has to be a great book 🙂
Ha, ha! I bet! Thank you Marianne. 🙂