Wildwood Ways

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(3.7 stars; 6 reviews)

American naturalist, Winthrop Packard, takes us on a journey among the wild woods and ponds alerting us to their many inhabitants. He points out the birds, hornets, muskrat and mink and their habitat, particularly during the New England winter, with free-flowing narrative that is both informative and entertaining, sometimes dramatic and sometimes poetic. - Summary by Larry Wilson (3 hr 28 min)


Snugging-Down Days 20:43 Read by Adrian Stephens
Certain White-Faced Hornets 19:00 Read by Adrian Stephens
Thin Ice 13:52 Read by dekolis1218
Winter Fern-Hunting 15:51 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Bare Hills in Midwinter 15:15 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Some January Birds 16:49 Read by J. M. Smallheer
When the Snow Came 22:05 Read by prajak
The Mink’s Hunting Ground 14:35 Read by TR Love
In the White Woods 17:29 Read by KimberlyB
The Road to Muddy Pond 20:56 Read by TR Love
Among the Muskrat Lodges 16:51 Read by Owlivia
Thick Ice 14:57 Read by JSWS



(2 stars)

The reader would be more suited to a childrens story. I half expected a Teddy bear to make an appearance in chapter 2