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World-renowned author and Professor Emeritus at the University of Vermont, BERND HEINRICH returns to Inquiry to talk about his new book SUMMER WORLD: A SEASON OF BOUNTY. Summer is “the most intense time of the year” in the natural world, and tonight Professor Heinrich talks about such varied subjects as the fabulous “sky dance” of the American Woodcock; the benefits of cannibalism in Wood Frogs, and the hidden relationship between a woodpecker and a hummingbird. If you enjoy the out of doors and are fascinated by the complexity of the natural world, don’t miss tonight’s show!!