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Night Owl Nature Book Club

Night Owl Nature Book Club meets the third Tuesday of every month at King's Books. This book club is for readers who share an avid concern and interest in the natural world. This is an evening extension of Tahoma Audubon's extremely successful daytime nature-themed book club. You do not need to be an Audubon member to join us. Each month, the selected book is available for purchase at King's Books. To see what we're reading this month, go to the main Events page. For more information, email sweet pea.


Previous Reads

October 2019: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

September 2019: Toxic Pearl by M Perle

June 2019: Saving Tarboo Creek by Scott Freeman

May 2019: The Big Ones by Lucy Jones

April 2019: bring a poem to share

March 2019: The Death and Life of the Great Lakes by Dan Egan

February 2019: Rising by Elizabeth Rush

January 2019: The Guest Cat by Takashi Hiraide

December 2018: Walden and Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau

November 2018: Rosalie Edge, Hawk of Mercy by Dyana Z Furmansky

October 2018: Two in the Far North by Margaret E Murie

September 2018: The Snoring Bird by Bernd Heinrich

June 2018: The Genius of Birds by Jennifer Ackerman

May 2018: Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey

April 2018: Bright Wings edited by Billy Collins

March 2018: Birding Without Borders by Noah K Strycker

February 2018: A River Lost by Blaine Harden

January 2018: Coyote America by Dan Flores

December 2017: The Home Place by J Drew Lanham

November 2017: The Bitter Waters of Medicine Creek by Richard Kluger

October 2017: Mozart's Starling by Lyanda Lynn Haupt

September 2017: The Invention of Nature by Andrea Wulf

May 2017: Welcome to Subirdia by John M Marzluff

April 2017: H is for Hawk by Helen MacDonald

March 2017: Rare Bird by Maria Ruth

February 2017: The Hidden Lives of Owls by Leigh Calez

January 2017: Crow Planet by Lyanda Lynn Haupt