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March 7, 2024
Thomas Pakenham is a historian and the author of five books about trees, most recently The Company of Trees: A Year in a Lifetime’s Quest. (December 2016)
The Bastard Sycamore
January 19, 2017 issue
What the Trees Say
“If you look up at those mossy, fern-encrusted branches, you may well find redstarts and robins and wood warblers searching for insects, while woodpeckers and little owls build their nests in hollows in the trunk.”
The Long, Long Life of Trees
by Fiona Stafford
The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate—Discoveries from a Secret World
by Peter Wohlleben, translated from the German by Jane Billinghurst
December 8, 2016 issue
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