Bird Ways, a book of poetry assembled by a bio geographer, reflects Robin Doughty’s observations and impressions of various bird species he has encountered, watched, and thought about in the many different parts of the world he has visited over his career. He is especially awed by how migrant birds withstand storms in finding their way and the distances they fly.
Released in February, 2019; 6” wide x 9” high, softcover, perfect bound, viii+58 pages, 7 b/w figures; 978-1-935778-39-4, list price $14.95.
Robin W. Doughty, a Yorkshire-born Geographer, who received his PhD from University of California Berkeley, has been on the University of Texas faculty for more than 40 years. Robin has a longstanding interest in wild animals, environmental change, and bird conservation. He has authored many books on such subjects as the feather trade, the mockingbird, the purple martin, the recovery of the endangered whooping crane, and international steps being made to protect albatrosses. He continues to travel, write and lecture extensively.