Natural History is a Compass that Points to Love: Lessons Learned from a Falcon, a Warbler, and a Yosemite Ranger
A talk by Richard Nevle, Deputy Director of the Earth Systems department at Stanford University. Richard’s teaching and work at Stanford has been wholly influenced by his connection to the Sierra Nevada mountains of California and Yosemite National Park. His teaching, writing and speaking talents move his audience to feel as though we were there with him. He has introduced countless students to the wild ways of the mountains. Richard is currently finishing work a conversation of essays and poems about the Sierra Nevada, with Steven Nightingale through Cornell University Press. He lives in San Jose with his brilliant, adventuring family.
40 minutes, 32 seconds
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