Wandering Through Winter: A Naturalist’s Record of the 20,000-Mile Get A Hearty its northern border American Winter is really a non-fiction book compiled by Edwin Way Teale, printed in 1965 by Dodd, Mead and Company, and champion from the 1966 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction. It was republished in 1990 by St Martin’s Press.
This book documents the travels of the naturalist and the wife, Nellie I. Teale who spent four winter several weeks traveling twenty 1000 miles over the southwestern U . s . States and areas of the Midwest. The trip led to northeastern Maine. It includes reports around the people, plants, creatures, and wild birds they experienced. It’s the final volume in the natural good reputation for the 4 seasons in The United States a 76,000 miles journey over fifteen years, which started with North using the Spring, Journey Into Summer time, and Fall Across America.