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Ora E. Anderson was a journalist, conservationist, naturalist, and artist. He was named honorary lifetime director of the Ohio chapter of The Nature Conservancy and was the recipient of the Ohio Arts Council Governor's Award for Arts in 1999. He passed away in August 2006 at the age of ninety-four. Deborah Griffith is managing editor of Bird Watcher's Digest and other publications from BWD Press.
"Undeniably pleasurable reading....(Anderson) riffs charmingly on a number of different species and varieties in prose that's generously peppered with rueful observations and bemused wonder.... This book is a joy to read and rewards subsequent revisits with stylistic wit and wild beauty." - Publishers Weekly "Whether wading in beaver ponds to see what birds were attracted to the impoundments, listening to the muted song of a brown thrasher on her nest, seeing the first flight of Canada goslings from his pond, or watching the ever-changing cast of birds attracted to his feeders, the author relates the connection between his spirit self and the natural world. Beautifully illustrated with Julie Zickefoose's pencil drawings." - Booklist "Anderson left a passionate love letter to Mother Nature and these Appalachian hills in the just-published book, Out of the Woods: A Bird Watcher's Year." - Huntington Herald-Dispatch "Attention readers! Before you crack open Out of the Woods: A Bird Watcher's Year, you might want to go ahead and lace up your hiking boots and dust off your binoculars. Once you dip into this pool of essays, you're going to want to be prepared to strike out on your own adventures in nature." - Northwest Ohio History "Reading this book makes me regret that I never had an opportunity to know Ora Anderson in person.... I would have liked him very much and I think most readers will share this view." - Ohioana Quarterly "To read these pages is to walk once again in the woods of southeastern Ohio with the one person who knew these hills and hollows better than anyone, drinking in their beauty, cherishing their diversity, rejoicing in the simple miracles of nature." - William H. Thompson, III, Editor, Bird Watcher's Digest