Behind the Mic: On The Homing Instinct by Bernd Heinrich, Read by Rick Adamson
Jo Reed and Emily Connelly Delve Into the Secrets of the Natural World
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Rick Adamson narrates as a friendly guide to Bernd Heinrich’s insights into the natural world. AudioFile’s Emily Connelly tells host Jo Reed how this audiobook centered around the many ways animals find their homes brought her comfort in these trying times. Heinrich dives into the research around how animals find their homes, how they make their homes, and how they learn how to return to their homes year after year. Adamson’s varied inflections draw listeners into the curious mind of Heinrich. These tales of natural history are well suited to a wide audience.
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