Rae Ellen will soon attend a gem and mineral show in the southwest U.S., where she will polish off her 28 years of research on geezers. She will then analyze her findings and complete her affectionate and humorous booklet, A FIELD GUIDE TO GEEZERS.
Talented cartoonist, John Alley, will illustrate her findings. Watch for publication of this fun guide and follow along on her geezer blog.
A FIELD GUIDE TO GEEZERS:
Learn to recognize a geezer up to a mile away, including Western Riverside and Lakeshore Geezers, Farmer and Cowboy Geezers, Metro Geezers, North Woods geezers of the Upper Midwest, Boating Geezers, White-Rumped Geezers and Geezer Girls. Field Notes will provide scientific names and describe their unique behaviors and habits, where you’re likely to sight them, and the noises they make in the morning.
Read authentic geezer stories, discover year-round viewing techniques, and learn to live-trap one for your very own. Learn “The Rules.”
Illustrations will show how geezers came to North America in the first place, while others will depict contemporary geezers in action and help you identify the various members of this charming collection of hominids.