ONLINE Book Club: No Way Home by David Wilcove
Friday, Apr 10, 2020
7:00pm – 8:30pm
UPDATE: Although we have had to cancel the in-person version of this event, we have a couple of options for participation, including a private Facebook discussion group and a live Zoom/Skype-style meeting, still on April 10th at 7pm. You can participate in either or both- just make sure you register using the button below so we have your email address. Finally, Alison will be interviewing author David Wilcove and then sharing the recording with the group, so please email any questions for the author to email@example.com.
We’re partnering with Piedmont Environmental Council for our upcoming book club meeting!
No Way Home: The Decline of the World’s Great Animal Migrations by David S. Wilcove exposes readers to the wonders and perils of animal movement across the landscape.
Wilcove is a professor of ecology, evolutionary biology, and public affairs at Princeton University. The primary question driving his research is “How do we find room for biodiversity in an increasingly hot, hungry, and crowded world?” Accordingly, his work focuses on the impacts of farming, logging, hunting, and other human activities on biodiversity. He is the also the author of The Condor’s Shadow: The Loss and Recovery of Wildlife in America (1999).
The Open Book in Old Town Warrenton has used copies of No Way Home for interested participants. Hardcover copies are available for $15 each and paperback copies are available for $12.50 each. The Open Book is still open for pick-up and delivery, so call today to reserve your copy! New paperback copies of the book are available for $38.50 and qualify for a 10% Clifton Book Club discount. New copies of The Condor’s Shadow will also be available. For more information please contact Cammie at 540-878-5358 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please support our local bookstore, especially during these uncertain times!