Dunwoody Nature Center hosts celebrated author and columnist Charles Seabrook
On Thursday, May 10th, from 7:00 until 8:30, the Dunwoody Nature Center is pleased to welcome noted author and famed Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Charles Seabrook for an evening’s chat as he talks about his new book, The World of the Salt Marsh (published by University of Georgia Press and scheduled for release on May 1). A South Carolina native, Charles Seabrook has been a long-time environmentalist whose books include “Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses” and “Red Clay, Pink Cadillacs and White Gold: Georgia’s Kaolin Chalk Wars.” A resident of Decatur, Georgia, Seabrook also was one of the first reporters in the world to write about the mysterious disease that would soon be known as AIDS. He has written extensively on global warming, air and water pollution, and songbird decline. The World of the Salt Marsh is a wide-ranging exploration of the southeastern coast—its natural history, its people and their way of life, and the historic and ongoing threats to its ecological survival. Copies of The World of the Salt Marsh will be available for purchase and signing during the event. This special evening is FREE and open to the public; however, advanced registration is required by contacting our program office at (770) 394-3322 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Wine, beer and soft drinks will be available to our adult guests at a nominal charge.