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Join Third Place Books in welcoming Kelly Brenner with her new book, Nature Obscura: A City's Hidden Natural World.
Through explorations of Seattle’s rich and varied landscape, Brenner reveals the complex micro-habitats found in the middle of the city. She exposes a diverse range of strange creatures and uncovers how our alterations of the land have affected nature, through the often unseen wildlife and plants that live alongside us.
KELLY BRENNER is a naturalist, photographer and a writer based in Seattle with a focus on urban nature. Founder of the Metropolitan Field Guide, she writes about urban nature, wildlife habitat design, books, poetry, folklore, nature artists, and a variety of other nautral history topics. Her work has been published in Crosscut, National Wildlife Magazine, and The Open Notebook, among others. Learn more at metrofieldguide.com and follow her on Twitter @KellyBrenner.