Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.
autobigraphies, environmental, conservation, and poetic prose on birds and the natural world.
Betty Reid Soskin has been an active participant with so many other Americans in shaping the country as we know it now. The child of Louisiana Creole parents who refused to bow down to Southern discrimination, she was raised in the Black Bay Area community before the great westward migration of World War II. This powerful memoir recounts her life and experiences as a mother of 4, activist, musician, business owner, and the oldest park ranger in National Parks Service history.