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by Gloria Tveten,John L. Tveten

Author: Gloria Tveten,John L. Tveten
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press (June 16, 2006)
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.9
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We couldn’t put down. We simply had to keep reading. JOHN and GLORIA TVETEN are veteran Texas naturalists, photographers, and freelance writers.

We couldn’t put down. For more than three decades, their articles and photographs have appeared in a wide variety of magazines and books, and they are frequent field trip leaders and speakers at nature and birding festivals. The Tvetens, authors of several books, live in Baytown, Texas. Series: Wardlaw Books.

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John Tveten, Gloria Tveten. With John and Gloria Tveten as your guides, even a walk across an empty lot can turn into a memorable lesson in the abundance of life. For more than two decades, the Tvetens' weekly "Nature Trails" column in the Houston Chronicle introduced readers to the miracles of nature that surround them every day. Nature at Your Doorstep gathers in one volume some of the best of these columns. With original drawings by John Tveten, they reveal the bounty of plants and animals that live within the familiar surroundings of home and region.

For nearly a quarter of a century, John and Gloria Tveten wrote a weekly column, called Nature Trails, for the Houston Chronicle. Gloria Tveten, John L. Wide ranging in both subject matter and geography, their writings reflected a rewarding life of travel, study, and observation in nature, including many memorable encounters with birds. Texas A&M University Press. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 5 x . 2 x . 4 Inches.

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In the Rainbow Magic books by Daisy Meadows, Jack Frost is an antagonist who causes trouble in Fairyland. Tveten, John L. and Gloria Tveten. Nature at Your Doorstep: A Nature Trails Book. p. 47. ISBN 1603440364. He is accompanied by pesky goblins who steal the fairies' important objects, and try to sabotage them. Jack Frost also appears in "First Death in Nova Scotia", a poem by Elizabeth Bishop. In the novel Hogfather by Terry Pratchett, Jack grows tired of "fern patterns" and paints more elaborate pictures on windows. Jack Frost appears in The Veil trilogy of novels by Christopher Golden.

Polar bears in the high Arctic. Butterflies on Mexico’s mountains. Gray whales in Baja California. Golden toads in Costa Rica. Parrots in the West Indies. Albatrosses off the Olympic Peninsula.Whether on their own or as tour leaders for the Smithsonian Institution and other organizations, John and Gloria Tveten have encountered the world’s wildlife with an unfailing appreciation not only for animals of all kinds but also for the places those animals call home. For more than two decades, from some of the most beautiful and fascinating locations in the Western Hemisphere, the Tvetens brought their adventures alive for the readers of their weekly “Nature Trails” column in the Houston Chronicle.Here, with contemporary notes and updates, the Tvetens have gathered a sampling of their favorite, most recommended, most unforgettable trips to see wildlife and nature, which also include the Guatemalan Highlands, the International Crane Foundation, the Andes, the Grand Canyon, and Utah’s Redrock Country.