Diane Ackerman is an American naturalist, author, essayist, teacher and poet who gained recognition for her unique way of exploring the wonders of the world through her poems. She studied English at Pennsylvania State University, before going on to acquire a masters degree and Ph.D. in fine arts from Cornell University. Ackeman has also taught at both Cornell University and Columbia University during her illustrious career. She has conducted research on natural phenomena at far corners of the world and her essays on these subjects have appeared in some of the leading publications like ‘The New Yorker’, ‘National Geographic’, ‘The New York Times’, ‘Parade and Smithsonian’. Ackerman has also been a prolific non-fiction writer and some of her noted works include ‘The Human Age: The World Shaped by Us’, ‘Dawn Light’, ‘One Hundred Names of Love’, ‘An Alchemy of Mind’, ‘Cultivating Delight’, ‘The Rarest of the Rare’, ‘A Natural History of Love’ and ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’, which is to be turned into a motion picture. Ackerman is rightly considered to be among the most influential naturalists in the world. Her essays, writings and poems give a glimpse about her passion and love as an environmentalist. We have scanned Diane Ackerman's several works and writings to highlight her most popular and relevant quotes. Here is a collection of Diane Ackerman’s quotes and thoughts on love, life, rainbow, mystery, nature, spirituality, beauty, environment, creatures, planet and enrichment.