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The Illustrated Walden: Thoreau Bicentennial Edition

by Henry David Thoreau

To coincide with the bicentennial of Thoreau's birth and TarcherPerigee's publication of Expect Great Things: The Life of Henry David Thoreau, here is a sumptuous rediscovery edition of the first illustrated...

Overview: A New Perspective of Earth

by Benjamin Grant

A stunning and unique collection of satellite images of Earth that offer an unexpected look at humanity, derived from the wildly popular Daily Overview Instagram project.

Inspired by the “Overview Effect”—a...

A Tale of Trees: The battle to save Britain's ancient woodland

by Derek Niemann

We are a nation that loves its ancient woods and trees. We prize our sturdy oaks, craggy pines, bluebells and primroses, badgers and dormice. We value the history and heritage of places that have been woodland...

The Lion in the Living Room: How House Cats Tamed Us and Took Over the World

by Abigail Tucker

“By turns funny and disturbing, The Lion in the Living Room is full of surprises. Like all the best nonfiction, it will make you think twice about the world around you.” —Elizabeth Kolbert, bestselling...

25 Myths That Are Destroying the Environment: What Many Environmentalists Believe and Why They Are Wrong

by Daniel B. Botkin & Alfred Runte

25 Myths That Are Destroying the Environment explores the many myths circulating in ecological and political discussions. These myths often drive policy, and Botkin is here to set the record straight. What may...

Solar Powered Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles: A Sustainable Development

by Larry E. Erickson, Jessica Robinson & Gary Brase

The Paris Agreement on Climate Change adopted on December 12, 2015 is a voluntary effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In order to reach the goals of this agreement, there is a need to generate electricity...

Ants of Florida: Identification and Natural History

by Mark Deyrup

Ants are familiar to every naturalist, ecologist, entomologist, and pest control operator. The identification of the 233 species of Florida ants is technically difficult, and information on Florida ants is dispersed...

Look Up! : Birds and Other Natural Wonders Just Outside Your Window

by Woodrow Wheeler

Look Up! Birds and Other Natural Wonders Just Outside Your Window is a collection of uplifting yet scientifically-informed nature essays about experiencing nature in an affordable, accessible way.  It highlights...

Make Your Own Bird Food

by Mark Golley

Birds are the life and soul of any garden, whatever its size or location, and one thing can be guaranteed: if food is on offer, birds will visit.

With this in mind, Cooking for Birds brings you some of the most...

Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History

by Geoff Cunfer & Bill Waiser

The near disappearance of the American bison in the nineteenth century is commonly understood to be the result of over-hunting, capitalist greed, and all but genocidal military policy. This interpretation remains...

A Plea for the Animals: The Moral, Philosophical, and Evolutionary Imperative to Treat All Beings with Compassion

by Matthieu Ricard

Every cow just wants to be happy. Every chicken just wants to be free. Every bear, dog, or mouse experiences sorrow and feels pain as intensely as any of us humans do. In a compelling appeal to reason and human...

Giants of the Lost World: Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Monsters of South America

by Donald R. Prothero

More than a hundred years ago, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a novel called The Lost World with the exciting premise that dinosaurs and other prehistoric beasts still ruled in South America. Little did Conan...

Bumbling Through Sumatra

by Thomas A Schmidt

Bumbling Through Sumatra is an educational yet comical adventure through the Strait of Malacca, various ports in Malaysia, and across the Indonesian island of Sumatra.  The reader is taken on an entertaining...

Bumbling Through Borneo

by Thomas A Schmidt & Thomas A Schmidt

Bumbling Through Borneo, an educational yet comical trek through Borneo’s hinterland, takes the reader on an entertaining journey of discovery by following the misadventures of a fictitious cast of bumbling...

Guide to Birds of the Kruger National Park

by Warwick Tarboton & Peter Ryan

The Kruger National Park, one of the largest and best-known conservation areas in the world, supports a remarkable diversity of birds. This attractive and handy field guide lists more than 500 species that have...

A Dog's Life

by Hannah Dale

This beautiful little giftbook features over 50 dogs painted by Hannah Dale in her uniquely quirky, characterful style. From the faithful Labrador and the bouncy Cocker Spaniel to the loveable Old English Sheepdog...

Climate Change: Briefings from Southern Africa

by Mike Lucas, Bob Scholes & Mary Scholes

Questions: • How do greenhouse gases regulate the Earth's temperature? • How hot will it get? • Will South Africa run out of water? • Do cow-farts really cause global warming? • Isn't climate change...

The Subterranean World

by George Hartwig

Nature displays her wonders not only in the starry heavens or in the boundless variety of animal and vegetable life on the surface of our earth. In the dark regions underground she likewise shows us much that...

Forest Trees of Texas

by W. R. Matoon

Trees have held an important place in man's way of life since he has been on the earth. Trees provided early man with weapons to defend himself and helped provide him with food, shelter and fuel. Trees have...

Urban Forests: A Natural History of Trees and People in the American Cityscape

by Jill Jonnes

“Far-ranging and deeply researched, Urban Forests reveals the beauty and significance of the trees around us.” Elizabeth Kolbert, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sixth Extinction

“Jonnes extols...