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Mostly, it is home to sheep farmers. Deborah Cramer, author of The Narrow Edge, the critically acclaimed new book about the Red Knot, will give a lecture and sign books at the Museum of American Bird Art, in Canton, on Saturday afternoon, October Our review of the book was a highlight of the mid-year roundup of notable books that we published in our June issue.
The Narrow Edge is a fascinating book. Cramer presents the struggle of the Red Knots and horseshoe crabs by combining history, scientific evidence, and personal stories (from herself and other). Cramer presents the struggle of the Red Knots and horseshoe crabs by combining history, scientific evidence, and personal stories (from herself and other).
The story of the close ties between the two species and their current decline is chronicled in the new book, The Narrow Edge: A Tiny Bird, An Ancient Crab and An Epic Journey, by science writer.
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