31 Motivational Quotes By Hal Borland That Will Make You Fall In Love With Nature
Hal Borlan was an American naturalist, author and journalist who wrote a number of books about the outdoors, both fiction and non-fiction. Borland had studied engineering but before long he realised that he wanted to be an author and after pursuing a degree in literature from Columbia University, he started working as a journalist. He worked at the ‘Denver Post’, before going on to work at ‘Flagler News’, ‘United Press’, ‘Brooklyn Times’, ‘Philadelphia Morning Sun’ and finally at the ‘New York Times’. In 1987, he became the editorial director of ‘The New York Sunday Times’ and during this span he started writing books on the outdoors. Some of the noted books written by Borland include ‘Country Editor’s Boy’, ‘Seasons’, ‘Twelve Moons of the Year’, ‘Homeland: A Report from the Country’, ‘Hill Country Harvest’ and ‘The King of Squaw Mountain’. As an author, he wrote and expressed his thoughts on a subject that was rather niche but he left behind an excellent body of work that is still read by those interested in the subject. In his capacity as a journalist, he spoke openly on a range of subjects. Here is a collection of some notable quotes and thoughts by Hal Borland which have been raked from his articles, books, writings, journals and life.