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Summary The Naturalist in Nicaragua

The Naturalist in Nicaragua

Sic book describes the geography geology ecology flora fauna and native inhabitants of Nicaragua in the nineteenth century Many of Belt's detailed a. My husband and I have a farm in Acoyapa very near where Thomas Belt spent four years a century and a half ago Of all the places he writes about I have been to almost all of them The animals birds foods and people he encountered have not changed much at all What a joy it was to read an experience so similar to my own Though there are no longer wild monkeys or many alligators his observations about the ants just cracked me up I know those guys I would think I also learned things like that we should plant madre de cacao trees above our cacao and banana trees and that during the garapata season we should rub our legs with wax

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The best of all natural history journals which have ever been published Charles Darwin 1874 Beautifully illustrated and a pleasure to read this clas. Its a great book Thomas Belt was definitely an incredibly smart man with great attention to detail Books like The Naturalist in Nicaragua should make us stop and look around our house our country and wonder at the incredible marvels that nature has to offer

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Nd accurate observations were not confirmed until decades later for example the fact that certain plants have standing armies of ants that defend th. Interesting depiction of wild Nicaragua without the politics and ugly retelling of history Really cool to read and then visit the country You can feel the observations of the author coming to life and I yearned to catch of glimpse of the Nicaragua that is long gone


4 thoughts on “The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  1. says:

    Its a great book Thomas Belt was definitely an incredibly smart man with great attention to detail Books like The Naturalist in Nicaragua should make us stop and look around our house our country and wonder at the incredible marvels that nature has to offer

  2. says:

    My husband and I have a farm in Acoyapa very near where Thomas Belt spent four years a century and a half ago Of all the places he writes about I have been to almost all of them The animals birds foods and people he encounte

  3. says:

    Interesting depiction of wild Nicaragua without the politics and ugly retelling of history Really cool to read and then visit the country You can feel the observations of the author coming to life and I yearned to catch of glimpse of the Nicaragua that is long gone

  4. says:

    Thomas Belt is detailed and thorough in every investigation that captures his interest As we join him on his four year journey through Nicaragua he teaches us about the culture the nature both plant and animal and the topog

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