by Lisa Couturier
April 30, 2005 Many animals, including some exotic ones, flourish along the margins of suburban development: red-tailed hawks, coyotes, snakes. Lisa Couturier tells Jennifer Ludden about her book The Hopes of Snakes. It weaves stories of animals with the lives of humans around them.
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