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Imagine A Minneapolis So Small That, On Calm Days, The Roar Of St Anthony Falls Could Be Heard In Town, A Time When Passenger Pigeons Roosted In Neighborhood Oak Trees Now Picture A Dapper Professor Conducting His Ornithology Class The University S First By Streetcar To Lake Harriet For A Morning Of Bird Watching The Students Were Mostly Young Women In Sunhats, Sailor Tops, And Long Skirts, With Binoculars Strung Around Their Necks The Professor Was Thomas Sadler Roberts , A Doctor For Three Decades, A Bird Lover Virtually From Birth, The Father Of Minnesota Ornithology, And The Man Who, Perhaps Than Any Other, Promoted The Study Of The State S Natural History A Love Affair With Birds Is The First Full Biography Of This Key Figure In Minnesota S PastRoberts Came To Minnesota As A Boy And Began Keeping Detailed Accounts Of Minneapolis S Birds These Journals, Which Became The Basis For His Landmark Work The Birds Of Minnesota, Also Inform This Book, Affording A View Of The State S Rich Avian Life In Its Early Days And Of A Young Man Whose Passion For Birds And Practice Of Medicine Among Minneapolis S Elite Eventually Dovetailed In His Launching Of The Beloved Bell Museum Of Natural HistoryBird Enthusiast, Doctor, Author, Curator, Educator, Conservationist Every Chapter In Roberts S Life Is Also A Chapter In The State S History, And In His Story Acclaimed Author Sue Leaf An Avid Bird Enthusiast And Nature Lover Herself Captures A True Minnesota Character And His Time A Love Affair with Birds

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10 thoughts on “A Love Affair with Birds

  1. says:

    Thomas Sadler Roberts 1858 1946 moved from Philadelphia to Minneapolis with his family when he was a boy, and when the Twin Cities were still in their youth twin villages than cities.He became an avid ornithologist birder early in life His

  2. says:

    I read this book as a candidate for the 2014 Minnesota Book Award finalist in the category of Minnesota At first I was a bit leery of the book as I am by no means an ornithologist but found it to be biographical than I was expecting Not only t

  3. says:

    What a wonderful biography I m not sure why I enjoyed this so much It s a great natural history of Industrial Age Minneapolis and Minnesota for that matter While it chronicles the destruction of some of the natural beauty in my town, it also gives

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