Counting Corncrakes and Learning to Be Affected in Multispecies Worlds
Chapter two examines how conservationists come to know wildlife. It explore field science as processes of learning to be affected in which embodied, skilled practitioners tune into the world. It examines the character and role of nonhuman charisma in shaping the conduct of conservation.
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