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Works by
Paul Rezendes
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Books
  • Tracking and the Art of Seeing: How to Read Animal Tracks and Sign (1992, 1999)
    In this newly revised and updated edition of his highly acclaimed field guide, renowned nature photographer and tracking expert Paul Rezendes brings the fields and forests to life with his unique observations on North American wildlife and their tracks and sign. Illustrated with hundreds of his original photographs, Tracking & the Art of Seeing provides complete information on the behavior and habitat of over 50 animal species and shows you how to identify animals by their tracks, tail patterns, droppings, dens, scratches and other signs.

  • Wetlands: The Web of Life (1996) by Paul Rezendes and Paulette M. Roy
    A magnificent journey in word and image to some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring places in North America -- our fragile wetlands.

    This book is a celebration -- a plea for understanding and preservation -- of these unique and irreplaceable meeting places of life. Embark on a journey of discovery through marshes, lakes and ponds, swamps, rivers and streams, peatlands, and coastal wetlands.

  • The Wild Within: Adventures in Nature and Animal Teachings (1998)
    As Jon Krakauer writes of "the dark side of the wilderness experience," Paul Rezendes writes of the spiritual side. Rezendes is one of this country's most skilled outdoorsmen: a master wildlife tracker with an uncanny ability to communicate the profound lessons he has learned from the wild about territoriality, awareness, fear, the inseparability of life and death, and the true nature of the self. Through hard personal experience, Rezendes discovered how tracking can be a powerful tool for understanding our deep connections with nature and with one another. The leader of two notorious motorcycle gangs in the early 1960s, he faced a ten-year prison sentence for drugs and illegal weapons charges. His sentence was revoked, and Rezendes transformed his life path from gang leader to Zen master, founding an ashram in southeastern Massachusetts and honing the tracking skills with which he was raised. In The Wild Within, Rezendes punctuates a gripping

    narrative of his wilderness adventures with simple exercises that show readers how to turn off their conscious minds and use their deeper intelligence to enter a state of oneness with the environment and to deal more effectively with daily life. In the words of Dianne Dumanoski of the Boston Globe, "Paul Rezendes's [work] is about tracking, but also much more; it shows how to find your way home to the great web of life."

  • Wetlands (1998)

  • The Lighthouse Companion for Connecticut and Rhode Island (2003)
    "The Lighthouse Companion" is a comprehensive guide to all of Connecticut and Rhode Islandís 42 historic lighthouses. Each description includes full-color photographs of the lighthouse, a brief history, directions to reach it by car, or its latitude and longitude to fine it by sea, along with contact information to arrange tours. Photographed by New England native Paul Rezendes, this invaluable guide includes appendices that cover lodging, local events, and sites of interest in each area. Designed to fit comfortably into a bag or glove compartment, "The Lighthouse Companion" is the perfect travel companion for lighthouse lovers everywhere.

  • The Lighthouse Companion: For Massachusetts, Rhode Island And New Hampshire (2004)
    "The Lighthouse Companion for Massachusetts and Rhode Island" is the second book in our Lighthouse Companion series. In it, you'll find full-color photographs of each of the 81 lighthouses on the coasts of both states, along with a brief history of each, directions to reach it by car, or its latitude and longitude to find it by sea. Contact information is also given for those looking to arrange tours. Photographed by New England native Paul Rezendes, this incalculable guide includes appendices that cover lodging, local events, and sites of interest in each area. Designed to fit comfortably into a bag or glove compartment, The Lighthous Companion is the perfect travel companion for lighthouse lovers everywhere.

  • Marthas Vineyard: Seasons (2005) by Paul Rezendes and Tony Omer
    Through these photographs, Martha's Vineyard shares itself and reveals its unique sense of place. Visiting this remarkable island in the sea is endlessly renewing and Martha's Vineyard Seasons can take you these in every season.

  • The Lighthouse Companion for Connecticut and Long Island Sound (2005)
    The Lighthouse Companion is a comprehensive guide to Connecticut and Long Island Sound's historic lighthouses. Each lighthouse description includes a brief history, a color photograph, driving directions, and navigational information to find it by sea. Photographed by New England native Paul Rezendes, this invaluable guide includes an appendix that covers lodging, local events, sites of interest, and contact information to arrange tours. Designed to fit comfortably into a bag or glove compartment, The Lighthouse Companion is the perfect travel companion for lighthouse lovers everywhere!

  • The Lighthouse Companion For Maine: Locations, Directions, Features & Hisotry (2005)

  • AAA Connecticut, Massachusettes & Rhode Island Tourbook: 2007 Edition (2007)

Calendars
  • Atlantic Coast Harbors

  • Atlantic Coast Lighthouses
    Americaís Atlantic Coast is dotted with lighthouses, beacons built as early as the eighteenth century to warn sailors away from coastal danger. Today, these symbols of safety and security continue to serve mariners, while standing as symbols of our nationís long maritime history. From Maine to Florida, including New Jerseyís Sandy Hook Lighthouse, the nationís oldest, youíll find a wide selection of these steadfast guardians in Atlantic Coast Lighthouses.

  • Butterflies

  • Connecticut, Naturally

  • Krishnamurti: The Art of Living

  • Massachusetts, Naturally

  • Nature's Mirror: The Art of Zen
    A central element of Zen Buddhism is to seek understanding and truth through introspection and intuition. Natureís Mirror: The Art of Zen makes the natural world a visual metaphor to spark insight and personal transformation. Sales benefit the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies in Barre, Massachusetts.

  • New England Harbors
    New Englandís harbors served as Americaís nearest links with the "Old World" and, eventually, the world beyond. Ports like Newport, Nantucket, and Essex brought business, culture, people, and news of the world to our shores. Though our harbors rarely see a square-rigged ship today, they remain bustling ports of call. New England Harbors celebrates this continued vitality.

  • New England Islands

  • New England Lighthouses
    For ships at sea, the flash of a lighthouse beacon is both a warning of a dangerous shore and a welcome, as its distinctive flashes tell its location, and, thus, your own at sea. Light keepers and their families lived in isolated places, often risking their own lives in the effort to save others. This lonely, romantic history imbues lights with a special sense of place captured by Paul Rezendes in his very appealing photographs of New England Lighthouses.

  • New England Wilderness

  • New Hampshire Naturally
    From the White Mountains to Hampton Harbor, the Granite State offers a wealth of fine landscapes. Though a bastion of independent-minded folk, this stateís residents find consensus in the unparalleled natural attractions pictured abundantly in New Hampshire, Naturally.  W
    all hanging, full color, 14 by 11 inches

  • New York, Naturally

  • Rhode Island, Naturally
    Rhode Islandís nickname might properly be "A State of Surprises." Youíll find many of them in Paul Rezendesí images, from early dawn on the bluffs of Block Island, and the lush spring growth at Roger Williams Park to sailboats moored in the Barrington River, and Wickfordís historic Poplar Point Light. Discover the pleasures of Rhode Island, Naturally!

  • The Art of Living

  • Tracking: Reading Animal Tracks & Signs
    ntrigued by paw prints you see in your yard or on a walk in the country? Master tracker Paul Rezendes' Tracking shows you the difference between the tracks of snowshoe hares and cottontails, dogs and foxes, and introduces you tot he clues left by beavers, bears, opossums, Dall sheep, and other wild creatures. With 32 full-color images, this calendar's information will be useful long after the new year.

  • Vermont, Naturally

  • Wild & Scenic Massachusetts

Cards

  • Massachusetts: A Book of 21 Postcards (2001)

  • Light Houses Blank Note Cards (2003)
    The flash of a lighthouse gives sailors at sea the confidence of knowing their position. Make your position clear when you send notes on these cards, handsomely illustrated with distinguished lighthouses photographed by Paul Rezendes.

  • Forest Floor: 16 Deluxe Blank Note Cards (2004)
    Sixteen blank note cards (approx. 5-3/4" tall x 7-1/4") featuring 4 distinctive and colorful "Forest Floor" designs photographed by Paul Rezendes, 17 matching envelopes, and a hand-crafted and lined keepsake case with a hinged magnetic closure that is perfect for storing letters, photographs, and other keepsakes long after the cards have been sent. The case also includes an illustrated, open-ended slip cover.

  • In Bloom: 16 Deluxe Blank Note Cards (2004)
    Sixteen blank note cards (approx. 5-3/4" x 7-1/4") featuring 4 distinctive wildflowers "In Bloom" designs photographed by Paul Rezendes, 17 matching envelopes, and a hand-crafted and lined keepsake case with a hinged magnetic closure that is perfect for storing letters, photographs, and other keepsakes long after the cards have been sent. The case also includes an illustrated, open-ended slip cover.

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