“Like the turkey vultures, I had come to Maine to make myself a good life.”
Perhaps animals gave us our first lesson in aesthetics, and that’s why we scrawled their images onto cave walls.
Audubon taught me about the splendors of this continent’s wildness and about the human savagery often pitted against it.
We know the dangers amphibians face: the diseases that sicken them, the destruction of habitat, the roads.
Wild ducks — wild animals of all sorts — fire the human imagination.
Sea vegetables are something Maine is beginning to be known for.
Author Susan Hand Shetterly’s first Room with a View column.
The mysterious fish faces a troubling future from overfishing to environmental factors. BY: SUSAN HAND SHETTERLY Photograph by Heather Perry Skip Zink has been…