Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona Awarded Literary Classics Seal of Approval

Birds of Dewey-Humboldt Receives Literary Classics Seal of Approval

Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona just received the Literary Classics Seal of Approval (CLC). When the book appeared, I called on readers to watch for errors since I had made the questionable decision to edit the work myself. The CLC Seal suggests that errors were below the ‘intolerable’ threshold.

The book is a finalist for top honors to be announced July 1.

“June 27, 2017. Literary Classics is pleased to announce that the book Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona, by Garry Rogers, has received the Literary Classics Seal of Approval. The CLC Seal of Approval is a designation reserved for those books which uphold the rigorous criteria set forth by the Literary Classics review committee, a team of individuals with backgrounds in publishing, editing, writing, illustration and graphic design.” –Literary Classics.

“Literary Classics, an organization dedicated to furthering excellence in literature for young readers, takes great pride in its role to help promote literature which appeals to youth while educating and encouraging positive values in the impressionable young minds of future generations. To learn more about Literary Classics, you may visit their website at or”

8 thoughts on “Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona Awarded Literary Classics Seal of Approval

  1. congratulations!

    the vermilion flycatcher often dotted the algarrobo trees -Prosopis pallida – along the coastal area where i live in ecuador. when the municipality dozed down the trees lining the rural road, the flycatchers all but vanished from the area… sigh..

    it’s refreshing to see one prominently featured on the cover!

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  2. So sorry for what happened. The bird seems to be stable here, but I have seen other species decline in my neighborhood as direct consequences of habitat loss.


  3. The American Coot is ‘presumed extinct’ here in Ecuador, for unknown reasons. It’s interesting how a species can be very abundant in one area and rare in another…

    I’m still studying the sea-rise data you posted….it’s like looking at a lung xray that confirms ‘cancer’ and knowing that each day is precious…

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  4. Pingback: Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona Wins Gold | GarryRogers Nature Conservation


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