When Pat Garber first arrived at Ocracoke on the Outer Banks of North Carolina in 1984, she was seeking refuge from a painful divorce. She settled into a primitive cottage by the sound and began to renew her spirit. A year and a half later, she left to take a teaching job in Arizona. After 5 years, she returned to Ocracoke to stay. She conducted enviromental kayak trips into the marshes and became a wildlife rehabilitator and a National Park Service volunteer.
Readers who were enchanted with her intimate encounters with Ocracoke’s wild creatures in her first book, Ocracoke Wild, will rejoice anew at this continuing glimpse into her life and the fascinating wild world that she has made her own.
226 pages, Soft cover