background

The Devil's Cormorant

April 16

6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.  Lectures & Book Talks

Maine Maritime Museum in collaboration with the Patten Free Library present The Devil's Cormorant A Natural History.  

In this wonderfully written book Author Richard King follows the mysterious cormorant around the world and through the seasons. The cormorant is a perfect lens through which to view world history, culture, art, science, and environmental law. These birds are both friend and foe, protected and hated. Long a symbol of gluttony, greed, bad luck, and evil, the cormorant has led a troubled existence in human history, myth, and literature. In The Devil's Cormorant, Richard King takes us back in time and around the world to show us the history, nature, ecology, and economy of the world's most misunderstood waterfowl.

This FREE lecture takes place in the community room of the Patten Free Library in Bath.

A book signing will follow the lecture.

Phone: (207) 443-1316
Email:
add to Address Book

Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington Street
Bath, Maine 04530