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This is truly a timeless classic;intelligent and witty. I am saddened that we have not grasped more completely the wisdom of Aldo Leopold's thoughts.Published 12 days ago by Geordie Daneliuk
Leopold's classic is an autumn reading ritual for me. His personification of animals - and 'animification' of people - is so touching, so powerful.Published 3 months ago by Scott H. Goodman
Leopold is so perceptive that reading him makes me feel completely oblivious. In his utterly non-compartmentalized awareness, all the wildflowers, bugs or birds have names and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brian Griffith
I received it quickly :) The quality is acceptable, only found some lines in one page are highlighted. Over all, I am very satisfied with this experience. Thanks the saler a lots! Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2012 by Mia
Read Walden, then read Sand County Almanac. They might just change the way you think about the world.Published on March 24 2004 by Thomas Bonar
Are you one of those people who actually likes to read Thoreau? Well then you're missing out! Aldo Leopold is sooooo much better. Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2004 by "veggiewrap001"
Aldo Leopold wrote these famous words: "There are those of us who can live without wild things and those of us who cannot. Read morePublished on Nov. 22 2002
If you have ever loved a wild place, or a secret place, or a place which calmed and sheltered you from the hustle of modern life, you must read Aldo Leopold's classic "A Sand... Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2002 by Catherine S. Vodrey