Literary Pilgrimages of a Naturalist

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Noted American Naturalist, Winthrop Packard, who gave us such titles as “Woodland Pastures,” “Wood Wanderings,” and “Wildwood Ways,” now takes us to the haunts of New England literary luminaries such as Whittier, Alcott, and Thoreau. Birds, plants, and wildlife are noted in these sites from Walden Pond to Vermont, giving us a glimpse into the world of these poets and authors. - Summary by Larry Wilson (4 hr 32 min)


In Old Marshfield 18:11 Read by Owlivia
At Whittier’s Birthplace 19:14 Read by Keren Smithies
In Old Ponkapoag 19:34 Read by Jessica Kinsora
At the Isles of Shoals 20:25 Read by fred
Thoreau’s Walden 17:42 Read by czandra
On the First Trail of the Pilgrims 17:06 Read by czandra
In Old Concord 19:14 Read by Alayna Kennedy
The Old Oaken Bucket 19:05 Read by Alayna Kennedy
In Old Newburyport 20:42 Read by MelissaMarie
Plymouth Mayflowers 16:09 Read by Amy Gramour
Old Salem Town 19:09 Read by czandra
Vermont Maple Sugar 22:12 Read by czandra
Nature’s Memorial Day 21:20 Read by Jade Fellows
Birds of Chocorua 22:16 Read by Courtney Chambard