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Beneath the Surface

by John Hargrove & Howard Chua-Eoan

Over the course of two decades, John Hargrove worked with 20 different whales on two continents and at two of SeaWorld's U.S. facilities. For Hargrove, becoming an orca trainer fulfilled a childhood dream. However,...


How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature

by Scott D. Sampson

By the beloved and wildly popular host of the PBS Kids show Dinosaur Train, here is the book every parent needs: a rousing call to connect our kids to the natural world, filled with tips and advice.


The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History

by Thor Hanson

We live in a world of seeds. From our morning coffee to the cotton in our clothes, seeds support diets, economies, lifestyles, and civilizations. In The Triumph of Seeds, award-winning conservation biologist...


An Unspoken Hunger

by Terry Tempest Williams

Williams weaves her observations in the naturalist field and her personal experience--as a woman, a Westerner, and a Mormon--into a resonant manifesto on behalf of the landscapes she loves, making clear as well...


Whale Years

by Gregory O'Brien

For more than three years, poet and artist Gregory O’Brien followed the migratory routes of whales and seabirds across vast tracts of the South Pacific Ocean, resulting in a collection of poems that stand...


Benthic Foraminifera of the Gulf of Mexico

by C. Wylie Poag

In 1981, Woods Hole researcher C. Wylie Poag published the book Ecological Atlas of the Benthic Foraminifera of the Gulf of Mexico.

In this new volume, Poag has revised and updated the atlas, incorporating three...


Caddo: Visions of a Southern Cypress Lake

by Andrew Sansom, Carolyn Brown & Thad Sitton

In a stunning tribute to one of Texas’ most enigmatic waterways, a veteran East Texas historian and a professional photographer have together created an homage to a lake like no other—half Texas, half Louisiana,...


Tales of Remarkable Birds

by Dominic Couzens

Throughout the bird world, examples of strange and seemingly inexplicable behaviours abound. For example:

Why do Male Fairywrens bring flowers to females as a nuptial gift in the pre-dawn darkness? Especially...


Pocket Guide to Butterflies

by Bob Gibbons

This book is as visually impressive as it is useful in the field, with many stunning full-page and double-page photographs to support the authoritative text.

The introduction explains the basics of butterflies...


Pocket Guide To Wild Flowers

by Bob Gibbons

An accessible guide providing comprehensive detail on 130 of the most common British species of wild flowers.

A short introduction to the book includes information on the structure of flowers and how to use...


What Stands in a Storm: Three Days in the Worst Superstorm to Hit the South's Tornado Alley

by Kim Cross & Rick Bragg

Immersive reporting and dramatic storytelling set you right in the middle of the horrific superstorm of April 2011, a weather event that killed 348 people.

April 27, 2011, marked the climax of a superstorm that...


The Last Unicorn: A Search for One of Earth's Rarest Creatures

by William deBuys

An award-winning author's stirring quest to find and understand an elusive and exceptionally rare species in the heart of Southeast Asia's jungles.

In 1992, in a remote mountain range, a team of scientists discovered...


Proactive Strategies for Protecting Species: Pre-Listing Conservation and the Endangered Species Act

by C. Josh Donlan

Now forty years old, the Endangered Species Act (ESA) remains a landmark act in conservation and one of the world's most comprehensive laws designed to prevent species extinctions and support recovery efforts...


Nick Baker's Bug Book: Discover the World of the Mini-beast!

by Nick Baker

We are all fascinated by, and often wary of, the tiny animals that creep and crawl in our gardens or lurk in the dark corners of our homes, but how much do we really know about insects and their relatives? Nick...


Chris Packham's Back Garden Nature Reserve

by Chris Packham

Many of Britain's plants and animals have come to rely upon gardens as an essential lifeline as their natural habitats come under increasing pressure from human activity and global warming. This comprehensive...


The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula

by Eduardo de Juana & Ernest Garcia

The Iberian Peninsula is one of Europe's most ornithologically varied regions offering a host of regional specialities. It includes famous birding hotspots such as the Coto Dona�a wetlands, mountainous areas...


Weird Insects

by Michael Worek

This book provides a sneak peak into the diverse and often hidden world of nature's strangest insects.

Insects account for more than half of the more than 17,000,000 named species of living things. This fascinating...


The Sound of Mountain Water: The Changing American West

by Wallace Stegner

A book of timeless importance about the American West by a National Book Award– and Pulitzer Prize–winning author. The essays collected in this volume encompass memoir, nature  conservation, history,...


The Singing Life of Birds: The Art and Science of Listening to Birdsong

by Donald Kroodsma

Listen to birds sing as you’ve never listened before, as the world-renowned birdsong expert Donald Kroodsma takes you on personal journeys of discovery and intrigue. Read stories of wrens and robins, thrushes...


Unbranded

by Ben Masters

On an epic 3,000-mile journey through the most pristine backcountry of the American West, four friends rode horseback across an almost contiguous stretch of unspoiled public lands, border to border, from Mexico...