NATURE /

Always the Mountains

Bamboo Fly Rod Suite
Reflections on Fishing and the Geography of Grace

Billy Watson's Croker Sack

The Bioregional Imagination
Literature, Ecology, and Place

The Cincinnati Arch
Learning from Nature in the City

Coyote Settles the South

Deep Enough for Ivorybills

Elemental South
An Anthology of Southern Nature Writing

Entering the Stone
On Caves and Feeling through the Dark

Essays on Nature and Landscape

The Flatness and Other Landscapes

The ISLE Reader
Ecocriticism, 1993–2003

Keeping All the Pieces
Perspectives on Natural History and the Environment

Listening to the Savage
River Notes and Half-Heard Melodies

A Natural Sense of Wonder
Connecting Kids with Nature through the Seasons

Ossabaw
Evocations of an Island

The Pond Lovers

Reading the Roots
American Nature Writing before Walden

The River Home
A Return to the Carolina Low Country

Rural Hours

Scratching the Woodchuck
Nature on an Amish Farm

The Small Heart of Things
Being at Home in a Beckoning World

Stirring the Mud
On Swamps, Bogs, and Human Imagination

The Suburban Wild

Sudden Music
Improvisation, Sound, Nature

Sunken Cities, Sacred Cenotes, and Golden Sharks
Travels of a Water-Bound Adventurer

Teaching the Trees
Lessons from the Forest

The Unequal Hours
Moments of Being in the Natural World

Vanished Gardens
Finding Nature in Philadelphia

Virgin Forest
Meditations on History, Ecology, and Culture

Waist Deep in Black Water

Walking the Wrack Line
On Tidal Shifts and What Remains

Where We Belong
Beyond Abstraction in Perceiving Nature

Wild Apples and Other Natural History Essays

The Woods Stretched for Miles
New Nature Writing from the South