"Heinrich points out many subtle signs of wildlife activity that would go unnoticed by the untrained eye. In a thicket of tree branches, he stops at what appears to be a mass of cobwebs. Inside are tent caterpillar larvae, waiting out the winter."
-Weekend Edition, NPR
Check out an audio interview with Heinrich here.
1) Read Winter World: The Ingenuity of Animal Survival by Bernd Heinrich.
Check out the book from you local library, buy it at your local bookstore or get it on Amazon.
Prefer listening over reading? Grab the book on Audible!
2) Write a book review and post it in the comments below. Include 3 things you learned from Heinrich's work.