Ocracoke Wild: A Naturalist's Year on an Outer Banks Island

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Pat Garber knows an Ocracoke that few visitors ever see, and she offers it to all in this book filled with Ocracoke's beauty and wonder. Whether writing about helping baby loggerhead turtles to get a head start on life, banding brown pelicans, stumbling into a mating ritual of horseshoe crabs, or the touching reunion of a beached and wounded bottlenose dolphin with its mate, she does it with a clarity and grace that puts the reader at the scene and stresses the importance of nature not just to the inhabitants of Ocracoke ...