[Ebook] ↠ The Secret Wisdom of Nature: Trees, Animals, and the Extraordinary Balance of All Living Things ― Stories from Science and Observation Author Peter Wohlleben – Intimatenights.co.uk

The Secret Wisdom of Nature: Trees, Animals, and the Extraordinary Balance of All Living Things ― Stories from Science and Observation The Final Book In The Mysteries Of Nature Trilogy By The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Hidden Life Of Trees, Peter WohllebenNature Is Full Of Surprises Deciduous Trees Affect The Rotation Of The Earth, Cranes Sabotage The Production Of Iberian Ham, And Coniferous Forests Can Make It Rain But What Are The Processes That Drive These Incredible Phenomena And Why Do They Matter In The Secret Wisdom Of Nature, Master Storyteller And International Sensation Peter Wohlleben Takes Readers On A Thought Provoking Exploration Of The Vast Natural Systems That Make Life On Earth Possible In This Tour Of An Almost Unfathomable World, Wohlleben Describes The Fascinating Interplay Between Animals And Plants And Answers Such Questions As How Do They Influence Each Other Do Lifeforms Communicate Across Species Boundaries And What Happens When This Finely Tuned System Gets Out Of Sync By Introducing Us To The Latest Scientific Discoveries And Recounting His Own Insights From Decades Of Observing Nature, One Of The World S Most Famous Foresters Shows Us How To Recapture Our Sense Of Awe So We Can See The World Around Us With Completely New Eyes


10 thoughts on “The Secret Wisdom of Nature: Trees, Animals, and the Extraordinary Balance of All Living Things ― Stories from Science and Observation

  1. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    We don t really understand how the clockwork of nature functions, and as long as we don t, we shouldn t try to fix itPeter Wohlleben, The Secret Wisdom of NatureI should disclose that my discomfort with


  2. Tonstant Weader Tonstant Weader says:

    The Secret Wisdom of Nature focuses on the relationships between the flora and fauna of nature, things like how some plants, insects, birds, or animals interact with other plants, insects, or animals to survive,


  3. Ray LaManna Ray LaManna says:

    This is the second book in Wohlleben s trilogyhis first was the excellent The Hidden Life of Trees I guarantee you that you will never walk through a forest the same as you did after you read that book This book extends hi


  4. Camelia Rose Camelia Rose says:

    The Secret Wisdom of Nature is an easy to access book on ecology, similar to The Secret Life of Trees, but boarder Peter Wohlleben tells excellent stories about nature and the interconnecting living things in nature, including human


  5. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Very interesting and enlightening read from a conservationist, whose stance on nature I endorse Just leave it alone.


  6. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    3.5 thoughts soon.


  7. Nancy Mills Nancy Mills says:

    Very well written and friendly book Easy reading and moves along well, packed with interesting information on nature from trees to insects to human evolution I can t imagine anyone finding this uninteresting The author has an intimate connection to the natural w


  8. Andrew Andrew says:

    Back to classic Wohlleben exploring the interconnectedness of all living things Much like trees there are some wonderful observations in here But also some deeper questions about how humans can help nature or whether they even should.


  9. ⋟Kimari⋞ ⋟Kimari⋞ says:

    You might also enjoy The Hidden Life of Trees highly recommended The Inner Life of Animals highly recommended Gathering Moss highly recommended Mind of the Raven highly recommended Summer World A Season of Bounty Winter World The Ingenuity of Animal Survival A Naturalist at Large T


  10. Angharad Ross-Jones Angharad Ross-Jones says:

    4.5 if this book had a few colour images it would be a full 5 stars This book was exactly what I was hoping it would be Plenty of information but not bogged down with science that would put off a person who has only reached as far as A Level Biology and Geography, like me, and who wasn t up


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