Publisher: Random House Publishing Group (December 12, 1986) First published in 1949 by Oxford University Press
Made in USA
You’ve probably never heard of “A Sand County Almanac”, or Aldo Leopold for that matter. There’s no shame in that. It’s simply not that popular. However, now that you have heard of it, please pay attention.
In this book, Aldo has given us one of the most eloquent and moving tributes to the natural world that has ever been written. He’s able to translate the majesty of nature in such a beautiful way, to put into words what it feels like to truly appreciate nature, to experience each season, to observe wildlife firsthand and to really understand the value that it brings to us as humans.
There is no pretense in this volume. It is simply filled with honesty and truth about the world we live in, and helps us to see the priceless value of nature – something that seems more important now than ever.