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Gail began quilting in 1980, little knowing what a major impact on her life her first class would have. Now she lectures and teaches workshops for quilt guilds and shops throughout the United States and abroad. She has written numerous magazine articles in the U.S. as well as Japan, New Zealand, France, and the United Kingdom. When she is not quilting, Gail is working as the executive director of Hawks Aloft, Inc., a New Mexico nonprofit organization that specializes in bird research and environmental education. Gail can often be found in the back country of New Mexico, studying hawks and conducting surveys of small songbirds. Hawks Aloft naturalists, accompanied by non-releasable raptors, visit New Mexico classrooms teaching young people about the importance of preserving the habitat for wildlife. Several of the birds in the program reside in large flight cages behind Gailís home. Gail feels fortunate to be able to pursue her favorite activities in life, creating quilt designs, working with birds, and exploring the little-known and seldom-seen parts of her home state.
Books by Gail Garber