"Club George is proof that a bird can inspire your life--even in New York City!"
- E. J. McAdams, executive director of New York City Audubon Society
"Charming and intimate . . . as much about the habits of people as it is about birds. Both can be gregarious, and worth watching."
- The New York Times
"A good read and a great source of avian lore that should appeal to the fast-growing crowd of bird-watchers across the nation. That all this takes place in Central Park in the middle of Manhattan should be cause for beginning bird-watchers everywhere to take heart. As the saying goes: If you can do it in New York, you can do it anywhere. Levy shows the reader how."
- Hope Ryden, author of America's Last Wild Horses
"With an articulate, introspective sensibility...Club George manages to evoke the existential optimism that birds inject into the life of anyone willing to open his or her soul to their dauntless, essential lightness of being."
- The Washington Post
"Now we know there is more than sex in the city--there are birds! A fun romp."
- Bernd Heinrich, author of The Geese of Beaver Bog
"The author of Club George has a seemingly insatiable appetite for close encounters with wildlife of all kinds, coupled with a commendable skill in recounting not only animal behavior, but also his personal reactions and reflections."
- Robert W. Nero, author of Redwings
"Club George is not just a charming, playful, and very personal account of the development of a birder--it is much more. I enjoyed reading it very much, and I am proud of my honorary membership in Club George."
- Ken Yasukawa, coauthor of Red-winged Blackbird (The Birds of North America series)