This book follows in the tradition of writings from Henry David
Thoreau, Terry O'Connor and J.A. Baker, with John Lane using the
red-shouldered hawks that live in his neighborhood to explore the
concept of 'commensalism,' the idea that two species can live near
each other without harming or benefitting the other. John journals
about his neighborhood hawks for a year, documenting their lives
and contemplating the relationship between animals and humans when
they live in such close proximity.
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