The Lost Art of Reading Nature's Signs: Use Outdoor Clues to Find Your Way, Predict the Weather, Locate Water, Track Animals--And Other Forgotten Skil (Natural Navigation) Prime – Andy-palmer.co.uk


The Lost Art of Reading Nature's Signs: Use Outdoor Clues to Find Your Way, Predict the Weather, Locate Water, Track Animals--And Other Forgotten Skil (Natural Navigation) Turn Every Walk Into A Game Of DetectionWhen Writer And Navigator Tristan Gooley Journeys Outside, He Sees A Natural World Filled With Clues The Roots Of A Tree Indicate The Suns Direction The Big Dipper Tells The Time A Passing Butterfly Hints At The Weather A Sand Dune Reveals Prevailing Wind The Scent Of Cinnamon Suggests Altitude A Budding Flower Points South To Help You Understand Nature As He Does, Gooley Shares Than Tips For Forecasting, Tracking, And , Gathered From Decades Spent Walking The Landscape Around His Home And Around The World Whether Youre Walking In The Country Or City, Along A Coastline, Or By Night, This Is The Ultimate Resource On What The Land, Sun, Moon, Stars, Plants, Animals, And Clouds Can Revealif You Only Know How To Look



6 thoughts on “The Lost Art of Reading Nature's Signs: Use Outdoor Clues to Find Your Way, Predict the Weather, Locate Water, Track Animals--And Other Forgotten Skil (Natural Navigation)

  1. Cliente academics20193.se Cliente academics20193.se says:

    Tristan Gooley writes for people who have never walked or left a city I bought the book thinking it would be useful to me, but I found the observations pretty obvious and the style a severe obstacle At least he is walking That is a good thing.


  2. Andy in Washington Andy in Washington says:

    Depending on your own personality, Tristan Gooley is either the world s most interesting hiking partner or you will want to kill him within five minutes of getting out of the car The man knows a lot about most aspects of nature, is quite observant, and loves to share his knowledge If you feel that is enjoyable, you will like this book The Good Stuff Gooley has hiked in


  3. Music & Book Fan Music & Book Fan says:

    It wasn t what I expected, I thought the book was going to be in easy to read tips and other information on Reading Nature s signs I wasn t expecting to read about the author s life experiences I found it to be boring.


  4. FredFamily FredFamily says:

    I originally got this book out of the library, but it was so good and was packed with so much information that I bought a copy In it he describes all kinds of fascinating clues you can observe in the world around you both in nature and in towns that lead to interesting deductions He describes how to find North based on all kinds of different plants, how to understand animal and


  5. Sara Johnson Sara Johnson says:

    Completely blown away buy this book First, the cover is beautiful Qhen it came in i was a tiny bit disappointed because it was not as beautiful inside as it was on the cover and it was much thicker than i had expected I had intended to have my children read it during family reading hr but after seeing the thickness i felt like it may discourage young readers So my husband began rea


  6. Dianne Martin Dianne Martin says:

    I bought this book because I have a horrible sense of direction What turned out to be fun was using some of the new learned skills with my grand daughter We used a cell phone app to check our assumptions about directors and took photos of interesting finds on walks.


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