Roger F. Pasquier & Adam Nicolson

August 2, 2020

ROGER F. PASQUIER has spent his career in ornithology and conservation with organizations like the American Museum of Natural History, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Environmental Defense Fund. But he has also written a beautiful book about the artist of have painted central Park in New York City: PAINTING CENTRAL PARK. Tune and find out why artists like Childe Hassam, George Bellows, Alex Katz, and Marc Chagall have all been attracted to this famous urban green space as a subject for their art work


Tonight on Inquiry we speak with award-winning writer ADAM NICOLSON about his passion for seabirds. These birds include gulls, cormorants, puffins, shearwaters and albatrosses. If you have ever taken a whale watch trip and marveled at the shearwaters zipping effortlessly between the waves, you will want to be sure to tune in tonight as we talk about Nicolson’s new book: THE SEABIRD’S CRY: THE LIVES AND LOVES OF THE PLANET’S GREAT OCEAN VOYAGERS.


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