Ohio Author Publishes Book Shining Light On Reasons For The Slaughter Of Mute Swans In Ohio
"Very early one morning, on Lake Logan, Ohio, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), covertly slaughtered the entire population of Mute Swans on that lake. ... The author hopes this book will help open up some dialogue and stop the extermination of the Mute Swan in Ohio and many other states where this is also happening."
This book is set in the beautiful Hocking Hills area of southeastern Ohio. It contains more than a hundred color photographs of the Mute Swans in question. This area is a Mecca for Ohioans and out of state tourists to visit. There are caves, hills, woods, thriving tourist cabins, hotels, motels, restaurants, fishing and hunting, nature and wildlife for all to enjoy. One of the attractions was seeing the Mute Swans who have raised their families on Lake Logan for more than fifteen years. Why this sudden extirpation of a popular attraction to the hills?
Bud Simpson, a transplanted Ohioan from Maine, has been a columnist for the Logan Daily News for more than a dozen years. He has also published seven books, including four novels. He is, besides being a writer, a photographer, an artist in various media, a sculptor in bronze, and a bird carver. He has spent many years in his native state of Maine and in Ohio photographing and observing the wildlife of Maine and the Hocking Hills.
Bud Simpson's new book Nature's Way: The Mute Swans of Lake Logan, Ohio is available on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/
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