In this photo from the Mountaineers book “The Living Bird: 100 Years of Listening to Nature,” a spoon-billed sandpiper forages in a shallow tundra pond in Chukotka, Russia. (Photo by Gerrit Vyn)

Nature books inspire young and old to explore the outdoors

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