A Sand County Almanac - Chapter 7, July Summary & Analysis

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The narrator legally owns one hundred and twenty acres of land, according to the County Clerk. Yet the clerk has set hours that start at nine in the morning and end at five in the evening. This is the narrator's logic for stating that he owns far more than his designated acres. He is the "sole owner of all the acres [he] can walk over." He states that he has tenants just like all land owners, which are the animals that live in the prairie lands. They don't pay rent, and they are not very strict with their boundaries. He leaves his house at 3:30am with a notebook and coffee. At 3:35am, the sparrows come out and begin to sing. Then the robin comes, followed by the orioles who want the branch where the robin is perched. The bluebird comes out at 3:50am...

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