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Category: John Burroughs

John Burroughs, (born April 3, 1837, near Roxbury, N.Y., U.S.—died March 29, 1921, en route from California to New York), American essayist and naturalist who lived and wrote after the manner of Henry David Thoreau, studying and celebrating nature.

The Partridge by John Burroughs

The Coming Of Phoebe by John Burroughs

The Downy Woodpecker (poem) by John Burroughs

The Crow (poem) by John Burroughs

The Bobolink (poem) by John Burroughs

The Bluebird by John Burroughs