A Listening Walk --and Other Stories Quotes

Gene Hill
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"People have to learn that wildlife is no longer a purely natural circumstance, anymore than a field of corn or a herd of Herefords is. Somebody has to care for the land and tend the crop, whether it's trout or tomatoes, ducks or soybeans." ("No, I Have Not Thanked a Green Plant Today—I've Been Busy," p. 7)

"Why does everyone want to be the AFTER in the BEFORE & AFTER questions? What we've got going for us is wishing, hope, and a sense of adventuring into the unknown." ("Too Many Leaders," p. 24)

"What a marvelous world it would be if a young bride could adjust a double-reed call to perfection and was familiar with the pros and cons of choke boring and forcing cones as well as being able to recite houses and vintages of the preferable red wines." ("Duck Hunters' Wives," p. 52)

"Could be that some of...

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