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The Reason for Flowers: Their History, Culture, Biology, and How They Change Our Lives

by Stephen Buchmann

Cultural history at its best—the engaging, lively, and definitive story of the beauty, sexuality, ecology, myths, lore, and economics of the world’s flowers, written by a passionately devoted author and...


Mountains: A Very Short Introduction

by Martin F. Price

Mountains cover a quarter of the Earth's land surface and are home to about 12 percent of the global population. They are the sources of all the world's major rivers, affect regional weather patterns, provide...


Smokejumper

by Jason A. Ramos & Julian Smith

Enter a world of breathtaking danger and beauty: In this remarkable memoir, veteran smokejumper Jason Ramos offers a rare inside look at the lives of airborne firefighters, the select few who parachute into...


Beyond Words

by Carl Safina

I wanted to know what they were experiencing, and why to us they feel so compelling, and so-close. This time I allowed myself to ask them the question that for a scientist was forbidden fruit: Who are you?

Weaving...


Epic Survival: Extreme Adventure, Stone Age Wisdom, and Lessons in Living From a Modern Hunter-Gatherer

by Matt Graham & Josh Young

Matt Graham, star of the Discovery Channel’s Dual Survival and Dude, You’re Screwed, details the physical, mental, and emotional joys and harrowing struggles of his life as a modern-day hunter-gatherer.

Early...


Against(the)nature

by Chicco Testa & Patrizia Feletig

Against the belief that everything is beneficial is natural. Nature is a powerful machine that produces life and death. It gives us life and death. Everything: from the smallest (bacteria) to the biggest (galaxies),...


Sustainable Water: Challenges and Solutions from California

by Allison Lassiter

Water scarcity, urban population growth, and deteriorating infrastructure are impacting water security around the globe. Struggling with the most significant drought in its recorded history, California faces...


African Nature Notes and Reminiscences

by Frederick Courteney Selous

The chapters comprised in the present volume were written at various times during the last ten years. Some of them have already appeared in print in the pages of the Field, Land and Water, and other papers,...


Blue Upright: The Flies of a Lifetime

by Steve Raymond

According to Steve Raymond, tying flies requires “imagination and skill, creativity and discipline, patience and vision.” But for the fly fisher, tying flies is more than that—it is the creation of a living...


Nervous Water: Variations on a Theme of Fly Fishing

by Steve Raymond

Nervous water has a meaning: while the fleeting crease or subtle wrinkle on the surface of a lake or stream could be nothing, wise anglers known that these small surface movements are nearly always signs of...


RSPB Spotlight: Robins

by Marianne Taylor

Their melodious voices, bright red breasts and cheeky attitudes have always endeared Robins to the public, but how much do we really know about these familiar garden visitors. The characteristic image of a Robin...


Field Guide To Edible Mushrooms Of Britain And Europe

by Peter Jordan

Field Guide to Edible Mushrooms of Britain and Europe is an invaluable source of information and advice on when and where to look for edible fungi throughout Europe.

It features over 65 of the very best edible...


RSPB Spotlight: Foxes

by Mike Unwin

Hero or villain? Few animals divide opinion like the Red Fox. This most successful of the world's wild canids has lived alongside people from time immemorial. Celebrated by some for its resourcefulness and lush...


The Black Poplar: Ecology, History and Conservation

by Fiona Cooper

A cultural and ecological biography of the black poplar in Britain. Fiona cooper explores the tree's historic place in the landscape, and how it has played a role in folklore and in the work of poets such as...


The Toxin-Free Home: A Guide to Maintaining a Clean, Eco-Friendly, and Healthy Home

by Alison Haynes

With the amount of junk a family can amass, it seems impossible to keep a tidy home. Home Detox Handbook teaches you how to tackle every cleaning project in your home with ease, from washing stained laundry...


Rivers of the Heart: A Fly-Fishing Memoir

by Steve Raymond

Stories are what keep history alive, and Rivers of the Heart is the perfect book to keep the history of fly fishing alive. Steve Raymond shares some of the best and brightest moments from his nearly fifty years...


Fastest Things on Wings: Rescuing Hummingbirds in Hollywood

by Terry Masear

A Hollywood hummingbird rehabber will do nearly anything to save these tiny, fragile creatures, and readers following her adventures will learn just how astonishing and heartwarming these birds can be.


The Battle for Yellowstone: Morality and the Sacred Roots of Environmental Conflict: Morality and the Sacred Roots of Environmental Conflict

by Justin Farrell

Yellowstone holds a special place in America’s heart. As the world’s first national park, it is globally recognized as the crown jewel of modern environmental preservation. But the park and its surrounding...


Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation: Simple to Advanced and Experimental Techniques for Indoor and Outdoor Cultivation

by Tradd Cotter

What would it take to grow mushrooms in space? How can mushroom cultivation help us manage, or at least make use of, invasive species such as kudzu and water hyacinth and thereby reduce dependence on herbicides?...


The Urban Birder

by David Lindo & Stephen Moss

Anyone can become an Urban Birder. You can do it anywhere and any time, whether you've got the day to spare, on your way to work, during your lunch break or just looking out of a window. Look up and you will...