Nature Reads – H for Hawk

Just before last December, I read Helen Macdonald’s acclaimed book H is for Hawk. As far as naturalist books go, this one is something special, because it not only breaks down some of the realities of falconry and training a goshawk – a topic which I never even gave a moment of thought – but it also explores the emotional depths of grief as the author poignantly describes her struggle to grapple with her father’s unexpected death.

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