Hello everyone! So I actually read this book this past semester for a research paper, but just now putting it on here (because I am lazy). This is a wonderful little gem by Aldo Leopold. If any of you are environmental history buffs, he was an integral part of promoting wilderness conservation and promoting the idea of environmental ethics, specifically the land ethic. A Sand County Almanac is split up into two parts. One is full of journal type entries for each month of the year, and the other is a collection of essays by Mr. Leopold. The first section is beautifully descriptive and made me want to move out into the country or woods and live by myself for a bit, observing the wildlife and learning more about native plants and species. It’s absolutely lovely. The second part is equally lovely, but more educational as to his ideas (like the land ethic) and how we, as humans, should treat the environment. It’s somewhat tinged with a bit of sadness in regards to humanity’s relation to nature, but also hopeful for improvement. Overall, an excellent excellent book that I highly recommend to anyone looking for a good read.