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Phil Wilkinson will sign copies of his book Nov. 30 at Waterfront Books from noon to 3 p.m.

Georgetown native, wildlife biologist and legendary Santee River Delta steward Phil Wilkinson will sign copies of "Seven Days on the Santee Delta: A storied, colorful life where a relentless river reaches the sea" Saturday, November 30 at Waterfront Books from noon to 3 p.m.

"Seven Days is a richly embroidered coastal South Carolina tapestry of three strands: Philip Wilkinson's stunning photos of people, wildlife and weather; his homespun stories of the place and its conservation history; and a seven-part narrative by award-winning environmental writer and Wofford College professor John Lane who shares what he has learned firsthand in the field with Phil.

With publication of this remarkable coffee-table book, the Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust, Evening Post Books and a generous group of conservation-minded sponsors brings Wilkinson's legacy to a wider public and celebrates the beauty and value of a remarkably wild and vital place.

Raconteur Wilkinson will sign books and share his favorite stories at the book signing.

Waterfront Books has a tradition of supporting local authors and artists. The book store is located in the Shops at Fogel Wharf, 815 Front Street, Georgetown.

To purchase books or for more information contact the book store at 843 546-2665 or waterfrontbks@gmail.com.

A richly embroidered coastal South Carolina tapestry of three strands: Wildlife biologist Phillip Wilkinson’s stunning photos of the Delta’s people, wildlife and weather; his homespun stories of the place and its conservation history; and a seven-part narrative by award-winning environmental writer and Wofford College professor John Lane who shares what he has learned firsthand in the field with Phil.

With publication of this remarkable coffee-table book, the Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust and Evening Post Books have brought Wilkinson’s legacy to a wider public and celebrate the beauty and value of one of the richest and most storied places on Earth.

Georgetown native Phil Wilkinson is an internationally known and respected wildlife biologist, author and nature photographer. He grew up on Hopsewee Plantation on the North Santee River. He knows the Santee Delta with the intensity of time a spirit reserved for those creatures that live wild lives in wild places. "Seven Days on the Santee Delta" tells Phil's story through words and pictures. A native son, he has lived a long and rich life as an admired wildlife biologist. In "Seven Days..." Phil shares his homespun stories of this rich environment and its conservation history.