Natural Pathways of New Jersey describes in eloquent detail over 100 natural places in New Jersey. Davis’ descriptions of beaches, forests, and fields include not only the essence of the landscapes he visited, but also portray in great detail the animals and vegetation native to the area.
Natural Pathways of New Jersey is divided into sections by county, making it very readable and easy for anyone to find the cited areas. The book includes over 100 original watercolor illustrations by artist Valerie Smith-Pope and two simple trips that anyone can take, showcasing the best that New Jersey has to offer.
Laden with keen observations of the unspoiled world, and the feelings these evoke in Davis, Natural Pathways of New Jersey represents a rare and genial wedding of science and heart.
— The Central Record
1997 | 271 pp/softbound