My Double Life

My Double Life This Is The Memoir Of Wildlife Biologist, Fran Hamerstrom The Only Woman To Receive A Graduate Degree From Ecologist Aldo Leopold, Hamerstrom Illustrates The Hardships Of Implementing A Conservation Mentality And Provides Glimpses Of Both The Wildlife World And The Human One Which Studies It.

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  • Hardcover
  • 316 pages
  • My Double Life
  • Frances Hamerstrom
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 0299142000

10 thoughts on “My Double Life

  1. says:

    Vignette style Easy to read First third is naughty child stories Frances Flint Hamerstrom came from a very wealthy North eastern family And she was a little wild The last two thirds are stories of crazy naturalist ha...

  2. says:

    Delightful The first half is Fran Hamerstrom s wry account of her childhood She s the rare kind of adult who hasn t forgotten what it s like to be a kid The second half is her equally wry account of her life as a wildlife biologist studyin...

  3. says:

    Incidents, many humorous, from a well lived though often trying life.

  4. says:

    These are the astounding memoirs of Frances Hamerstrom, a pioneering conservationist before much of the techniques and terms we associate with conservation were even developed In fact, she and her husband Frederick invented or discovered many of them She was the only female graduate student of Aldo Leopold, who is featured in her memoirs, and a shining idol giving courage to any female biologists who want to walk that swampy and multiflora rose thorned path The first half of the book is fille These are the astounding memoirs of Frances Hamerstrom, a pioneering conservationist before much of the techniques and terms we associate with conservation were even developed In fact, she and her husband Frederick invented or discovered many of them She was the only female graduate student of Aldo Leopold, who is featured in her memoirs, and a shining idol giving courage to any female biologists who want to walk that swampy and multiflora rose thorned path The first half of the book is filled with her recollections of childhood and adolescence Her wealthy parents raised her to be an international hostess, first in the cities of Europe, then in Amer...

  5. says:

    I loved this ever fascinating book, especially the latter half when Frances and her husband are young naturalists in the wilds of late 30s Wisconsin A mesmerizing voluntary riches to rags story as well as a Prairie Chicken rescue account It is written as 2 3 page vignettes from Frances life, plus some photos and illustrations The first half of the book is comprised of quite outlandish, random tales of silver spoon life as a precocious child and Frances daring do All very interesting if no I loved this ever fascinating book, especially the latter half when Frances and her husband are young naturalists in the wilds of late 30s Wisconsin A mesmerizing voluntary riches to rags story as well as a Prairie Chicken r...

  6. says:

    This book was a good read, but it had a lot of overlap with some of her other books mainly strictly for the chickens If you have already read that book, be prepared to reread most of it in the second half of my double life.

  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book couldn t put it down It was extremely enjoyable and a wonderful book to suggest to my middle school children to read about the beginning of environmental exploration.

  8. says:

    I couldn t get past the first quarter of the book the series of stories of a young girl and the things she did just didn t hold my interest.

  9. says:

    Read the first few essays of this and had to return it a compilation of essays by an amazing woman Her style is sort of witty in an old fashioned kind of way.

  10. says:

    An absolute delight of a book The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I feel like she had so muchto tell I also know wayabout Wisconsin prairie chickens than I ever thought I would The first part of the book her childhood is the magical p...

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